SEGA USA auctions rare stuff for Japanese earthquake relief

By Alex Donaldson
23 March 2011 20:34 GMT

SEGA of America is auctioning a ton of memorabilia – some of it rare, some not so rare – and donating all the profits to the Red Cross for the Japanese earthquake aid effort.

The auction includes tons of stuff, from Yakuza-branded shirts usually only available in Japan to Dreamcast apparel that’s no longer sold, and even signed copies of games.

There’s some weirder stuff, too, like Virtua Tennis 4 branded sweatbands and zombie body parts that were distributed as promotional items for The House of the Dead: Overkill.

All the winning bids will go to the Red Cross, so if you are feeling brave enough to drop the cash on any of these items you can at least be happy that you’ve helped a good cause. See all the items over at the SEGA of America Blog.

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