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http://videogames.yahoo.com/​events/​plugged-​in/​old-​nintendo-​system-​sells-​for-​13-​105/​1389101


Still got your old Nintendo? Anybody remember Staduim Events?

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Nah, never heard of that.

According to rarityguide.com, the rarest game we had was Donkey Kong Jr. ($12 for a loose cartridge). The next rarest games we had were a couple of unlicensed NES games. One was called Bible Adventures, and the other was Toobin', one of the games released by Tengen.

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To be clear, it went so high because they had the box.

I still have my launch year NES but I doubt I could get that much for it.



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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.44
    Originally posted by Mr. Boffo
    Nah, never heard of that.

    According to rarityguide.com, the rarest game we had was Donkey Kong Jr. ($12 for a loose cartridge). The next rarest games we had were a couple of unlicensed NES games. One was called Bible Adventures, and the other was Toobin', one of the games released by Tengen.

    (edited by Mr. Boffo on 14.2.10 1226)


I remember playing Bible Adventures in, appropriately enough, a Christian bookstore some time after the release of the Super Nintendo.

(Apparently, selling pirated games didn't set off anyone's religious sensibilities?)



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