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Corey wants to buy a seller’s Japanese arcade games – Dig Dug, Yie Ar Kung-Fu, and Super Dodge Ball – but it’ll cost him more than a roll of quarters in this clip from “The King’s Bling”. #PawnStars
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Pawn Stars
Season 4
Episode 29
The King’s Bling

“Pawn Stars” follows three generations of the Harrison family as they assess the value of items coming in and out of their Gold & Silver Pawn Shop in Las Vegas, from the commonplace to the truly historic.

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95 Comments

  1. I like when the kids said I get all of them these days then there's that long awkward silence and disturbed smile on his face lol

  2. Just the cost to bring them in would be $200

  3. Remember it's a pawn shop not a collector store go to game stop to see how much they would offer lol

  4. “There easy to sell”
    Also Corey “there not that collectable”
    😂😂😂

  5. They are collectable and loads of people want them…….

    I gota hold on to them and itl take me time to sell them. 400

  6. That Super Dodge Ball has an American joystick and buttons.

  7. people don't collect them?! what in the Hebrew scam artist!

  8. Dang I don’t know much about pricing on these but I’m sure their worth over 600.

  9. People are mad for him lowballing but I collect arcades and can say thats a fair price for an unrestored game. The only good one there was dig dug, the other two were worthless. You'll need to recap the monitor and power supply. Replace all the lights, replace some graphics, touch up some paint, fix some buttons, etc need to be done on all these

  10. They played him like a fiddle🤦🏿‍♂️ why bring all three tho. You could of got at least 600 for one 🤦🏿‍♂️

  11. If you are gonna sell games in a pawn shop
    Don’t

  12. Those machines could easily sell for $1,000 each to a collector considering the good condition they are in. He should have put them on Craigslist or E-Bay. I stopped watching this show because I couldn't stand watching them knowingly rip people off with a straight face.

  13. Lol $600 what a moron. Those sell for about a grand each.

  14. These people are crooks! Ripping people off all day long! Karma will get them!

  15. If I was offered a clean working DigDug for $500.00 I would find the cash in a heartbeat.

  16. Is there a video game segment that doesn't include Chumlee?

  17. Dig Dug is awesome. They have one at the Laundromat I go to. I play it every time 😊

  18. The man just said “I can sell them for $500 a piece”. He took the $600 🤦🏽‍♂️. He told you to your face I’m going to rip you off and you let him.🤦🏽‍♂️

  19. They were selling one for 2,500 at marshalls…yes marshalls

  20. Here's the sad thing about this. If I offered this guy the same deal he would of laughed in my face and walked away..

  21. You will never get top money from a pawn shop, also there is no people with enough room to buy this machines.

  22. People should realize this show is completely scripted. None of it is real. It's a fake show.

  23. Wait… 200 dollars for each one. Your kidding 😓😩

  24. I used to play street fighter in 1992 on these machines

  25. Just relax, bend over, and try to enjoy getting royally screwed.

  26. tryin to steal em, easily worth 1k each, i was getting 590-1100 for used games 20 yrs ago, now they are rare vintage

  27. 0:44 I don't know sometimes I like those big arcades but they're just big and huge and I've been telling anyone knows about classic arcade games that is worse like 600$ Grand for these arcane machines.

  28. I'm an Arcade collector, what a low ball figure. In good condition those go for $1500-$2k each, he should have walked

  29. i thought way of the exploding fist started the street fighter genre ?

  30. I see the dig dug one on eBay for roughly $3,400 and they sold 3 of them already.

  31. They should hang at least scripted it to where the person selling the cabs found them in a yard sale. But that still wouldnt be believable

  32. Corey is my least favourite out of this show. Actually I hate that guy

  33. In 2022 dollars there worth alot more than $600 ($200) each. Today, $1500 for each cabinet would be an easy sell. What a ripoff.🤑

  34. Corey knew the last thing the seller wanted to do was to haul the machines back home.

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