John Friscia

A sealed-in-plastic, fourth-printing-run copy of Super Mario Bros. for NES has sold at Heritage Auctions for $660,000. That is the most money ever spent on a piece of video game memorabilia, somehow eclipsing everything that came before, including the Nintendo Play Station that sold for $360,000 in March 2020. The fourth print run of Super Mario Bros. is early enough that the packaging lacks a “Game Pak NES-GP” code or a “TM” beside the “Nintendo Entertainment System” logo, the latter of which apparently was added at the beginning of 1987. This particular sealed copy of Super Mario Bros. sold at […]

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