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Weird Video Game Stuff Found on Ebay

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These days, video game franchises get merchandized to death. So I decided to set out on a mission to find the strangest game merch and promotional schwag I could find over on eBay. Here are some of my favorites.

Ms. Pac-Man Air Fresheners:
Do you think they smell like cherries or pretzels? [link]

Ms. Pac-Man Air Fresheners

Super Mario Cigarette Lighters
Luigi always complains about second hand smoke. [link]

Super Mario Cigarette Lighters

Viva Piñata Actual Piñata
I wonder what’s inside? Maybe a decent game by RARE? [link]

Viva Pinata Pinata

The Warriors Spray Paint Can (comes with a T-shirt too) [link]
Paint not included. Also works for Jet Grind Radio.

The Warriors Spray Paint Can

Super Mario Bandages [link]
In case you fall down a drain pipe or get bitten by a Koopa.

Super Mario Bandages

Sonic The Hedgehog Soda [link]
Now I understand what makes the little guy so hyper.

Sonic The Hedgehog Soda Can

At the time I wrote this post, all of these items were still available for sale, so if you’re interested in any of these gaming oddities, get bidding!

Feel free to post a comment and share the strangest game-related items you can find.



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