At a recent auction, a copy of new Super Mario Bros on the NES was sold at a price of… 114 000 dollars.
Launched in 1985 on the famous NES Nintendo, Super Mario Bros is obviously a monument to all lovers of video games. A true ambassador of the genre of platforms, the game signed Nintendo wants to be a real icon for a whole generation, and many of the quarantine today and they have started their ” career player “ on Super Mario Bros. A game is inseparable from the NES (coupled often with a certain Duck Hunt), and often considered as ” the “ first true video game general public.
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New record for Super Mario Bros on the NES
Today, pick up a copy of Super Mario Bros on the NES isn’t very complicated, the game has been distributed in millions of copies. Find the game in a good condition with its box and its manual is already a bit more complicated, but we manage without the evil, against a few tens of euros, to find his happiness on eBay. On the other hand, put the hand on a copy of new Super Mario Bros is very (very) rare…
At a recent auction, it is a copy of nine, under the hull protection, Super Mario Bros, which was proposed. Last year, a copy similar had been sold at a price of 100 000 dollars, but this new copy (US-version) was sold at a price of 114, 000. Note that it is a version specific enough in the game, as well as packaging a more ” vintage “, and pulled in very few copies.
It’s been a few years now that the market rétrogaming see their rates increase significantly. On the side of the players in the market game, it was obviously soon become aware of the side ” cost-effective “ of this trend. Nintendo launched its NES and Super Nintendo Mini, as SEGA has developed its Mega Drive Mini.
On the side of SNK, we have launched a Neo-Geo Mini, not to mention the PlayStation Classic, soon the GameGear Micro, but also a miniature replica of the terminal SEGA Astro City, as well as the recent CoreGrafx Mini.