" Up for bids, a PlayStation 3 prototype/beta/review disc, Mega Man 9. This disc will not play in any PS3 system other than a TEST/debug system. As you can see in the picture, the label is printed onto the disc. The disc is in decent shape, there is a scuff on the underside (outside of where the data is burned), as well as a few other light marks, but nothing that should prevent the disc being readable (my computer recognized it perfectly fine).Currently, with two bidders the auction sits at $25, although it has an unknown reserve price. For $200 you can opt for an immediate purchase.
Now...I know some of you are thinking, "What? Mega Man 9 was released as a downloadable game only...why does this disc exist?" I thought of this myself the first time I saw it... The only explanation I could devise for this is that perhaps the developers needed a way to get the game from one computer/debug station to another, so they just simply burnt a disc (since blank DVDs are cheaper than comparable-capacity flash drives) and took it along with them. If nothing else, this is one very interesting conversation piece (a download-only game on a disc...who knew?). "
What do you make of this? Legit or not?