Although the new Xbox and PlayStation 5 gaming consoles have attracted plenty of interest, many 30-somethings are seeking a bit of nostalgia — and are willing to pay for it.
People in their 30s and early 40s lived through a golden age in computer games with the launch of consoles such as the Nintendo 64, the first PlayStation and the colour version of the Game Boy. Many of the devices and games will be stored in an attic room, gathering dust.
However, lockdown has given their owners an opportunity to declutter, and there has also been a surge in demand for them on online marketplaces such as Ebay and Gumtree, according to the comparison website The Money Pig.
A rare copy of the 2001 game