Shortly before “Are games art?” debate had flared up on the Twitter agenda. Although everyone has their own opinion about betting, we can see that few content are sold at prices as valuable as the works of valuable craftsmen. But today we will talk about a record-breaking sale.
Quite a few and unopened original Super Mario Bros. His “cassette” was sold for 2 million dollars and became the most valuable game in the world. If you remember, this record was once again in a Mario game. Now, a month ago, a closed Super Mario 64 game was sold for 1.56 million dollars.
It is stated that the Rally site, where the sale was made, bought the brand new cassette for 140,000 dollars. Congratulations here to our clever investor who decided to sell his home car and enter the game instead of bitcoin. Speaking of investors, I think it’s time to go through that warehouse one more time. Who knows, I might be able to find an original Power Rangers game and sell it for millions. . . .