Welcome back to this week's Weekly Video Game Auction Gem rundown! Each week, we'll look at Heritage's weekly video game auction to see which items should be on your radar!

Roll & Rocker Nintendo Controller Unopened

In 1988 Nintendo wanted to test the waters with different ways to play video games. The Roll & Rocker required players to balance on a large D-pad and rock back and forth. Players were still required to use the system's handheld controller for the A & B buttons. This piece was made by LJN and was compatible with all Nintendo games (except for games that required the Lightgun), but seldom did the device actually work. This was years before the likes of Dance Dance Revolution or the Nintendo Wii were commonplace, but showed us that video games could become a more physical pastime.

Rock & Rollers without the box pop up for sale occasionally, at around the $200 mark. This brand-new controller is a rare find, so much so that this is the first time Heritage has ever offered one. It is noted there is some minor wear on the corners and edges, but otherwise, this would make for a fantastic display piece!

Unused Set of Vintage Nintendo Stickers

This very unique piece is not something you see every day! This unused box of 10 different Nintendo stickers features Mario comes in a cardboard Nintendo display box. These stickers - especially this entire set - are hard to come by and would be a great addition to any Nintendo collection. Mello Smello has been making stickers for decades, and is still in business today! Mello Smello released a handful of Nintendo stickers in the late 1980s and early 1990s, including a series of glow-in-the-dark stickers. The company was also known for its line of scratch-and-sniff stickers.

Individual stickers from this set pop up on eBay and sell for $4 - $5 respectively. This is a genuinely great piece that I hope goes to a great home. While I do have fond memories of playing Super Mario Bros on my Nintendo, I also have fond memories of collecting items related to the game as well. Items like these are chock full of nostalgia.

Burger King Nintendo Kids Meal Marketing Notebook

In 2002 Burger King released the Nintendo Super-Stars Kids Meal, complete with 10 different toys featuring popular Nintendo characters. There were also special gold editions of select toys. Finding the gold toy was the goal -- if you found one, you won a Gameboy Advance. These toys regularly pop up on eBay both sealed and opened, with the sealed toys commanding more money.

This marketing notebook is a very unique find. The notebook goes through each toy with full-color illustrations and instructions. Finding something like this is admittedly hard, as they seldom come up for auction. If you collect fast food toys or are intrigued by how fast food restaurants market their kids' meals, do not sleep on this item.

World of Nintendo Promotional Magazine

This World of Nintendo promotional magazine was handed out at the 1989 Consumer Electronics Show and featured the full gamut of Nintendo merchandise. This gave consumers insight as to what Nintendo was offering outside of just their video games. This magazine is 36 pages long and shows some of the now sought-after vintage pieces many collectors want. This is a unique piece of marketing history from Nintendo, and finding an appropriate price point for it is hard. Heritage notes that it does have wear from reading, but is overall in great condition.