Youtubers find dozens of rare games in a house that has been abandoned for 20 years

    A group of YouTubers discovered several sealed games from the GameCube, Xbox 360, PS1 and PS2 eras in a house that had been abandoned for 20 years and was about to be demolished, including The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker, F-Zero GX, PS2 Drakengard, and a Resident Evil 4 Collector's Edition Chainsaw.

    Aimee and Korbin report that they were warned about the house by a follower, but when they arrived, they found themselves among falling pieces of roof, little space to walk, and a cockroach infestation, which they admitted they were unprepared for because they were wearing shorts and casual shoes and lacked gloves.

    “Once we arrived there and saw the quality of things, there was no way I was going back home to change,” Korbin says.

    The video clearly shows that the duo’s only focus was on acquiring sealed things

    In the second video, a woman named Stephanie explained a little more about the abandoned house that belonged to her uncle who became ill. Aimee completed the story by noting that the former owner suffered a trauma when he lost someone he loved and began collecting video games as a way to remember this loved one.

    “We’re rescuing these video games, as well as a piece of history and this guy’s heart.” Making a profit, getting bitten by deadly spiders, and getting scabies are all part of the package. Life is strange like that.