Video game collectors like to spend a lot. After all, three recently teamed up to buy an original copy of Super Mario Bros. for the NES at the price of $100,150. I still cry a little when I have to pay $60 for a new video game, but paying six figures for a video game is insane. So, what made this game so special? It was “sticker sealed” rather of using shrink wrap, and only a few of these are available in the wild. Also, it was preserved in immaculate condition. Kenneth Thrower from Wata Games explains:
The three new owners are Jim Halperin of Heritage Auctions, Rich Lecce, and Zac Gieg.