Unused Copy of Super Mario Bros. Sold for Record Price!
Super Mario Bros. from 1985. copy received a record fee. The price replaced the title of the most expensive game of all time.Unopened copies of recently legendary games find buyers at record prices. Now a Super Mario Bros. The copy was bought by an anonymous buyer for a record price.
An unopened copy of an old Super Mario Bros. has sold for $2 million, breaking the record for the most expensive video game ever sold, collectors site Rally announced.
Super Mario Bros. The Quantity On Sale Is Rare!
Launched in 1985 for Nintendo's original console, the game was never sold. Rob Petrozzo, co-founder of the collectibles site, said the astonishing amount on sale is a rarity for older video games. Expressing that the buyer is not known, Petrozzo stated that the interest in collection products increased as people who were stuck at home during the epidemic sought ways to spend their money.
Over the past years, the record for the most expensive video game has been broken many times. In April, a copy of Super Mario Bros. sold for $600,000. Then in July, a copy of The Legend of Zelda sold for $870,000. A Super Mario 64 game produced in 1996, on the other hand, found a buyer for 1.56 million dollars and was accepted as a record up to 2 million sales.
The auction firm buys collectibles such as video games and comics and uses them as an investment. When buyers make an offer for a purchase, investors vote on whether to sell it.