This Old Computer Game is on Sale on eBay For $100,000- And Some People Are Bidding
Presently, the highest bid on eBay for the factory-sealed 1987 Nintendo NES Stadium Events currently stands at $100,099.99 (17, 940,045.67 Nigerian Naira) and it increase as bid is still open for three days. This could be the world’s most expensive computer game.
The game has been factory-sealed (Picture: eBay)
This 30-year-old plastic games cartridge still has three days left on the website and is set to smash a world record.
According to the description, only a small number of the game were sold when Nintendo purchased the rights to a dance mat-style controller from Bandai.
Nintendo ordered the game be pulled from shelves and destroyed before releasing its own version under a different name.
The description read: ‘It is well known and accepted in the gaming community that Stadium Events is the rarest licensed NES game available thus making a sealed copy one of the most sought after and prized possessions for any video game collector!’
‘In 1987 Nintendo purchased the rights to the Family Fun Fitness pad from Bandai as well as the rights to Stadium Events. After the purchase, Nintendo ordered a recall and almost *none* of these titles survived.Someone’s set to make a lot of money (Picture: eBay)
‘This listing is for a complete, excellent+/near mint, sealed copy of the game and the one of few to ever be sent to the Video Game Authority in Roswell, Georgia for official grading, verification and authentication.
‘Once the game arrived safely, the professionals at VGA gently cleaned the item, verified it, graded it and sealed it in a professional quality acrylic case where it will remain for the rest of its life.’
Will You Spend that much on a Video Game?