CNET is currently featuring toys and video games that are part of The King of Pop's collections from the 70's, 80's and 90's. These items were initially supposed to be auctioned but was abruptly pulled out last March 5, the day Michael Jackson announced his series of comeback concerts in London.
The status of these items remains unknown for now, according to a Julien's Auctions representative, who could only confirm that his site continues to maintain a good relationship with the Jackson estate. But regardless of where they end up, they offer a look into the video games Jackson played--or at least owned.
The games (arcade) found in the collection include Nintendo's Super Mario Brother, Konamis' Dance Dance Revolution and Sega's StarWars Racer:
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