In everyone’s life, it happens to make a purchase that never got around to unpacking. Usually, it all ends with the fact that this thing is transferred to someone else, but sometimes he can bring good money.
This is exactly what happened with a copy of the Super Mario game called Super Mario Bros. – Wata 9.6 A + Sealed [Hangtab, 1 Code, Mid-Production], NES Nintendo 1985 USA “. According to a Eurogamer report citing Heritage Auctions, this is the fourth released version of Super Mario Bros. The game was released in 1986. “This particular copy was released in late 1986, and it was one of the first copies released to use plastic shrink wrap rather than a sticker,” reads the video game’s description.
The story goes that the video game was bought as a Christmas present, but it was forgotten in a drawer and only recently discovered.
It should be noted that the game for the original NES without this console is impossible to play. So, ultimately, the 660,000 game is purely collectible and no one is going to unpack it.