$US50,000 Gets You This Rare Super Nintendo

The more casual console collectors in the audience may scoff at the asking price for this PowerFest '94 Competition Super Nintendo, but if you've got an extra fifty-thousand dollar bill lying around, you really can't go wrong with this little stocking stuffer. Built for the Nintendo World Championships II competition, this one of a kind survivor — only 32 were made, they say — from the early '90s is a hidden bargain.

Why? According to the seller, it features level 1-1 of Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels, five laps of the first track from Super Mario Kart and the home run derby from Ken Griffey Jr. Presents Major League Baseball. That's practically a hundredth of a full game, right there!

For further details on this high priced item, hit up the eBay auction.

SNES Super Nintendo Powerfest '94 Competition NWC II [eBay via VGPC - thanks, Tony!]


Comments

    roflmfao @ the seller!
    what a moron. there is no-one in the world that is going to pay that sort of money for an snes. i dont care if it could fly around the world i still wouldnt pay that much. for a true collector its "maybe" worth $500-$800 at the absolute most. he'll prolly get a mate to bid on it just to make it look like it's getting some interest. hahaha
    thanx Kotaku for a huge laugh at this clowns expense ;)

    bradz7: A competition NES sounding very much like that has sold for about $10,000 in the past couple of years which I think is the record.

    LOL @ seller
    i wouldnt pay $50,000 for a snes unless it had battletoads on it!

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