Statistics About The Most Expensive Nes Game

The most expensive NES game sold at auction as of 2021 is "Nintendo World Championships" fetching an average price of around $20,000 to $30,000.

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"Only 200 copies of Stadium Events were ever produced, making it incredibly rare,"

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"Nintendo World Championships is another rare NES game that was sold for $100,088 on eBay,"

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"Stadium Events holds its value due to being limited to only 2000 copies,"

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"Nintendo Campus Challenge has an estimated value of $20,100 - $20,200,"

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"The sealed copy of Super Mario Bros. was auctioned for $660,000, setting a world record for the highest price ever paid for a video game,"

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"Birthday Mania, listed as the third most wanted NES game, has an estimated cost of over $35,000,"

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"The Cheetahmen II is valued between $3500 and $4000, due to its infamy as a failed game,"

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"Gold Nintendo World Championships cartridge, viewed as the 'holy grail' of console games, was last recorded being sold for $26,677,"

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"A sealed copy of Mega Man sold for $75000 in auction,"

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"Myriad 6 in 1, another limited edition NES game, is valued at around $26,307.50 to $30,000,"

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"Stack Up, due to its rarity and the unique R.O.B. feature, can sell for roughly $500,"

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"Kid Klown, despite being less known, is valued at approximately $820,"

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"Bonk's Adventure is one of the pricier regular-release games with a price tag around $500,"

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"The limited edition NES version of The Flintstones: The Surprise At Dinosaur Peak costs around an average of $1300,"

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"Hot Slots, one of the adult-oriented NES games, is valued at about $700,"

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