Remember last year, when we reported that a sealed copy of Super Mario Bros. on NES sold for an eye-catching $ 114,000 at auction? Well, another copy is currently being auctioned at $ 310,000 – and there are still seven days left before the auction ends.
Assuming that the price rises in the next few days, there is a very real chance that a copy of one of the most common NES games will be the most expensive video game that can be collected through the ages, and that surpasses even the Nintendo PlayStation ̵
For the sake of comparison, it is 40.24 million copies of Super Mario Bros. in the world (not including the releases).
Like the one that sold for $ 114,000, this edition has a cardboard hanging tab, but is a later production run.