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Retro games consoles including PlayStation and Gameboy could be worth over £21,000

If it’s been a while since you’ve had a big home liquidation, you might be sitting on a small fortune.

If you have an old console lying around, especially from the 80s, 90s or 2000s, you could be in luck and win thousands of pounds. has produced a list of the most valuable retro consoles, finding the 90s to be the most lucrative decade.

The site found consoles from this era to be worth up to £21,244 in total online.

The “Pokemon Limited Edition Game Boy Color Nintendo VGA 90″ was revealed to be the most valuable console, landing in first place.

Here are the 10 most valuable retro game consoles and how much they could be worth.

What are the most valuable retro game consoles?

The most valuable game consoles from the 80s to the 2000s are:

Pokemon Limited Edition Game Boy Color Nintendo VGA 90

If you have one of those 1996 consoles lying around, you could sell it for £6,000!

This console is worth up to nearly 60 times its original retail price.

Original Sony Playstation 1

At number two is this 1995 classic, selling for a whopping £5,000.

That’s a huge price for something that has a pile of dust on top, or that you even forgot you had!

Nintendo Entertainment System

In third place is the 1985 third generation home video game console produced by Nintendo.

This golden oldie sells for up to £4,572.

With the retail price being £300, you can earn up to 15 times the initial amount paid.

Original Nintendo 64

Fourth place goes to this family-friendly home video game console.

It was released in 1996 and retails for £3,674.

Console Pikachu Nintendo 64 Set N64

The yellow and blue limited edition Pikachu Nintendo 64 Set N664 console finished in fifth place.

It features an embossed Pikachu on top, selling for £3,600.

The console was released in 1996.

Nintendo 64DD

This magnetic floppy drive peripheral for the Nintendo 64 game console was released in 1999.

It is now worth £2,970.

Sega Genesis – Original Version

This 1989 16-bit fourth generation home video game console was developed and sold by Sega.

It now sells for around £2,391.

Vintage Robot 1985 Nintendo NES Deluxe ROB

ROB (Robotic Operating Buddy) is a toy robot accessory for the Nintendo Entertainment System and was released in July 1985.

He is now worth £2,171.

Sega Dreamcast Veronica Biohazard Code

Resident Evil – Code: Veronica is a £1,523 survival horror video game released for the Dreamcast in 2000.

Nintendo Egg EG-26 Original Game and Watch

This game console is one of the rarest of all Game & Watch standard editions.

It was released in 1981 and you can now earn £936 if you sell it online.

How was it calculated? has created a list of 18 of the most popular consoles from the 70s to 2000s, using articles from Games Radar, Tech Radar and others.

He then extracted the highest selling price for each classic games console from a popular UK e-commerce site to produce a list of the most valuable classic games.

Each game console was ranked from highest to lowest, resulting in a top 10 list.