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This Spider-Man game will cost you 5 grand

I THOUGHT I'D found what had to be the most expensive game in Akihabara. Sadly, I was wrong. Tokyo's nerd district has long been home to the rarest, most obscure collectibles in the fields of manga, anime, and of course classic videogames. Last year, with retro game collecting on the rise around the world and the original Japanese copies of games becoming more desirable, I found an Akihabara largely bereft of its once-massive stock.
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