A video game collector has come across what is believed to be evidence of the “SNK Millennium” console – 20 years after it was rumoured to be in the works.
Anthony Bacon, from Chicago (who we’ve featured multiple times on Eurogamer before), was sent a mystery SNK motherboard earlier this year and asked to investigate by its owner.
This board had a long journey to Bacon’s desk. His friend, Brian Hargrove, bought a lot of SNK motherboards from Yahoo Auctions Japan 15 years ago, not having any idea what they were. He sold the board in question to a friend of his called Max, who five months ago contacted Bacon to ask if he could work out what it was.
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