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Rare copy of ’Super Mario Bros. 3’ sold for $156,000 post bidding

Rare copy of ’Super Mario Bros. 3’ sold for $156,000 post bidding

A Mario fan/collector bagged a rare copy of Super Mario Bros. 3 for $156,000 at auction. The sealed copy of the NES classic is the most expensive game ever sold, according to The Verge. It took the record from a copy of Super Mario Bros., which a bidder snapped up in July for $114,000. Bidding for SMB3 started at $62,500 and 20 bidders tried to pocket it.

Marcin H.B
Marcin H.B 1 months

the kind of money that could make a life if used correctly

Alex 1 months

Videogame collecting is a real deal. It's such a big part of our childhood, and because of the high speed evolution of technology and new editions of everything, things go out of production fast. It's important to some people to have something that captures it all at a time in history.

Blake Downey
Blake Downey 1 months

He will be taking it out of the system and blowing it in in a few weeks.

Charles 1 months

The summary never mentions WHAT MAKES IT RARE! And no Rare jokes. You know who you are.

Integra 1 months

How much will they pay for a used copy? I still have mine and still play it on my original Nintendo 😂

Ruain 1 months

"according to the verge" ah yes the people of great pc builds

brian 1 months

You know I tried to save my stuff but I just couldn’t resist opening it up and playing with it

Max Bants
Max Bants 1 months

I hated that one

Adam Goodenough
Adam Goodenough 1 months

Has this guy not heard about ROMs?

Marshall 1 months

i just wanna know why someone would sell this instead of letting it gain more value

Patty 1 months

HOW silly

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