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A rare copy of 'Super Mario Bros.' sold for more than $100,000, making it the most expensive video game ever sold

A rare copy of 'Super Mario Bros.' sold for more than $100,000, making it the most expensive video game ever sold
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Nintendo's "Super Mario Bros." is one of the most iconic video game franchises in the world, and well-maintained copies of the original game are now coveted by collectors.




An unopened, sticker sealed, test market copy of "Super Mario Bros." sold for $100,150 in February, making it the most expensive video game ever sold.




Originally released in 1985, the record-breaking game is part of an exclusive batch of Nintendo games that launched in New York and Los Angeles before the Nintendo Entertainment System was officially released in North America.




Though he made more than 10 times what he originally spent on the unopened copy of "Super Mario Bros.," the seller thinks the game will be worth even more in the future.



The original "Super Mario Bros." is now the most expensive video game ever sold; an unopened test-market copy of the game was purchased for $100,150 by a video game collector in February.
Since its debut in 1985, Nintendo's "Super Mario Bros." has become one of the most iconic video game franchises in the world, and well-maintained copies of the original game are coveted by collectors. The game alone isn't particularly rare; the popularity of "Super Mario Bros." actually made it one of the most mass-produced games of all time. You can buy a regular copy of the game, with the original box, for about $10 on eBay.
A rare copy of 'Super Mario Bros.' sold for more than $100,000, making it the most expensive video game ever sold
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