If you want to purchase an entire video gaming lifestyle, get $3.5 million bucks and head over toe eBay. Shane Butcher is selling out. Here's what's on tap: A three-store video game chain, a waterfront house in Tampa Bay, three cars, a rental condo, two kayaks, a TV, a Thomas Kinkade painting, two Blu-Ray players, a hammock, kitchen appliances, and a ton of games. Basically, a video-game-centric lifestyle.
The chain of stores is called RU Game? and their focus is on retro gaming. Butcher says the business is healthy, and he'll even help you run it for awhile.
The suspicious among us might assume that Butcher is trying to get a few terrible things off his hands before everything falls apart (I mean, a Thomas Kinkade painting? Really?), but Butcher says this isn't the case. He just wants a change.
“I’m in the black. Everything I have, my home my cars, everything is paid off in full. This isn’t a fire sale, by any means," Butcher says.