Unpacked The Legend of Zelda NES cartridge sold for $ 110,000

At a recent auction, The original NES game, in a hermetically sealed bag, in a package that was sold only a few months in 1987, was sold for a huge amount of money.. Heritage Auctions, rated this rare early production version of the game in the famous The Legend of Zelda series as very valuable. However, the interest in the game exceeded even the assessment of the auction house.

It’s a game reached a value of 110,000 dollars and is the most expensive game this auction house has ever had in its offer. However, she failed to achieve a record value for the games. Tu The title is still held by the sealed NES cartridge of the game Super Mario Bros., which was sold in April this year for an incredible 660,000 dollars. Prior to that, the record was also held by a factory-sealed game from the same franchise (Super Mario Bros. 3), which sold for $ 156,000.

Obviously yes never opened games from the 80s of the last century, especially if they were intended for NES consoles have incredible popularity among serious collectors. However, in order to reach such high prices, they must be in factory packaging, belong to one of the then popular series of games, and receive good marks from independent institutes for assessing the condition of objects.

Source: Games Radar


Source: PC Press by pcpress.rs.

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