Michael Jackson has had some rough economic times of his own lately and he has recently been forced to begin auctioning off assets from his Neverland Ranch. One such group of items includes his large video game arcade collection, according to Joystiq.
The collection includes somewhere in the area of one hundred video game machines, including store demo units of game consoles from the Genesis up to the Dreamcast, and dedicated arcade units including a Guitar Freaks unit, Sega’s impressive R-360 machine and Galaxy Force II. In fact, the collection seems rather Sega-heavy, which is no surprise since Jackson was, himself, the star of Michael Jackson’s Moonwalker (whose arcade machine is not part of the auction!) and a guest star in Space Channel 5.