Sealed Super Mario 64 Game Most Expensive
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A sealed The Legend of Zelda game recently sold for $870,000 USD, but today, this graded copy of Super Mario 64 set yet another record by selling for an impressive $1.56-million. It was graded a 9.8 by Wata games, which is just a notch below the 10 pristine grade, while the A++ refers to the seal-quality of the shrink-wrap. Considering this game was released on September 29, 1996, it’s rare to see a copy that is in even better condition than most from a factory case.

Sealed Super Mario 64 Game Most Expensive
If a copy is ever uncovered, Nintendo did make a version of Super Mario 64 was used as a technology demo for the 64DD add-on at the 1996 Nintendo Space World trade show. Similar to Wave Race 64, Super Mario 64 was re-released in Japan on July 18, 1997, as Super Mario 64 Shindō Pak Taiō Version, which adds support for the Rumble Pak peripheral and includes the voice acting from the English version. Auction page here.

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  • The console is also decorated with images of recognizable characters: Tom Nook and Nooklings Timmy and Tommy
  • Includes a Switch console, Switch dock, Joy-Con (L) and Joy-Con (R), and two Joy-Con strap accessories
  • Game not included

Sealed Super Mario 64 Game Most Expensive

What can we even say that would do this copy the justice it deserves? The cultural significance of this title and its importance to the history of video games is paramount, and the condition of this copy is just so breathtaking that we’re really at a loss here. If you have had your heart set on obtaining the highest graded copy of the single best-selling video game on the Nintendo 64 — the first 3D adventure of Nintendo’s mascot, Mario — we only have one piece of advice: this is not an opportunity to waste,” according to the listing.

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