The Nintendo Wii Supreme was created by Stuart Hughes, the same folks behind the opulent $190K iPad Supreme. Rocking over 2,500 grams of 22-karat solid gold, the Wii Supreme comes with an extravagant price of £299,995 (about $365,000), according to its seller. Complementing its solid gold exterior are multiple flawless diamonds that adorn the golden Wii’s buttons, amounting to 19.5 karats in total. It took six months to build what its creator deems as the “ultimate gaming station.”
Apart from being the most expensive game console ever created, the Wii Supreme is also quite scarce considering its production was limited to only three units. Its raw materials alone are worth somewhere in the neighborhood of $200,000 (via Engadget). If that’s the case, a buyer should be a really big fan of the Wii if they’re willing to cough up an extra $100,000 or more just to get those precious materials on a decades-old machine. The question is, who would even be willing to do such a thing?