check what has sold ...
Stuff on Amazon DOES sell, even if it's more expensive than the same item on eBay.
Besides, finding an example of something selling for way below (or above) it's market price isn't exactly hard. There are plenty of similar auctions that ended much higher. Here
is an auction for two broken consoles (no cords, just the broken consoles) that sold for $27 + shipping.
I'm pretty sure it's technically against the terms to sell an incomplete system on Amazon.
Amazon is pretty strict in regards to it's used conditions. If something is missing anything that makes it unusable (power/av cable) it would be Used-Unacceptable, which means you can't sell it.
Considering there are at least two sellers selling used N64 consoles fulfilled by Amazon that are console only I think it's safe to assume that rule isn't strictly enforced.
I think we also all know by now that Amazon's rules on things like that are completely irrelevant. If a buyer wants to screw a seller out of their item and get their money back an A-Z claim will accomplish that about 99% of the time whether a rule was broken or not.
When I was fairly new to Amazon I sold a copy of Luigi's Manson that looked absolutely pristine, tested it myself before shipping it, and about 3 1/2 weeks after it arrived and the woman had already left me positive feedback she filed an A-Z claim. I wrote her about half a dozen emails offering a refund if she'd send the item back to me all of which she ignored, and Amazon ended up refunding her money and eating the cost themselves without making me pay it. I was pretty stunned but that's just how they do things. Knowing what I know now, I just feel lucky they didn't make me pay it.