Rare Nintendo 64 Controller Discovered in Attic Set to Fetch $1,200 at Auction
An attic find reveals a valuable Foxdata Chrome Leopard controller for Nintendo 64.
In a fascinating discovery, a long-forgotten Nintendo 64 controller found tucked away in an attic is expected to be sold at auction for a substantial sum, potentially reaching £1,000 in the UK.
Liam Clousdale made this incredible find when he realized that a controller gifted to him on his birthday back in 1998 was, in fact, a rare Foxdata gamepad. The Foxdata controllers were produced in limited quantities in various designs, including Desert Storm, Red Rain, Purple Forest, and Chrome Leopard. These controllers have since become highly sought-after collector’s items.