2005 Xbox 360 Launch Team Edition Set

2005 Xbox 360 Launch Team Edition Set

This is widely considered the rarest Xbox 360 model ever made, distributed to key members of Microsoft's Xbox hardware development team. This specially colored 360 includes matching controller and HDD, a unique Dev Team serial number, as well as a special blueprints "I Made This" faceplate. Please note that the model featured here has fallen victim to the Red Ring of Death - I don't know if opening the unit for a reflow would damage the serial number label, so you may want to ask the seller if you're interested.

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7 Responses to “2005 Xbox 360 Launch Team Edition Set”

  1. $1,000 for a console with RROD seems insane…Brand new rare Colorware consoles (i.e. Skyrim edition) don’t even go for all that much more…

    • I thought as much, too, but apparently people are willing to pay it! There must be very, very few of these out in the wild.

  2. This 360 model, although rare, could not be considered even among the top 5 rarest 360 systems.

    It has been for sale quite a few times on eBay and message boards, while there are certain editions with 5, 3 or even only one confirmed unit.

    • Exactly…I think the difference must be that those more rare versions don’t appeal to as large of a collector base, but I don’t really know.

      For example, I think there are only up to 5 or so of the Colorware Skyrim edition, but not everyone is interested in Skyrim…

      Either, way too rich for my blood, but like SpecialK said, someone is willing to pay for it–haha.

    • Now I’m curious – what are some of these one-of-a-kind (or five-of-a-kind) 360 units?

      • I cited the Skyrim console as one such console. I believe, although I could be wrong, that there were only a few of those made–like 4-5.

        Also, the Beatles console–I think 1-2 of those were made.

        There are tons of others with as few as 10 to as many as 500.

        Others that I’m unsure of numbers offhand: Batman Returns; 300; Simpsons (100, I think); Tomb Raider; Hitman Absolution; Halo 4 (not the retail version); 10 year anniversary console; GTA IV (500, I think); Alan Wake; Gears of War 2; Watchmen; DC comics; Gears of War 3; Minecraft; and a bunch more.

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