You Can Buy Every Super Nintendo Game For Just $25,000

Just look at that list. This eBay user says he's got all 721 Super Nintendo games ever released in the US, and he wants to sell them to you at the bargain-bin price of $US25,000.

"You are bidding on a complete set of every North American Super Nintendo (SNES) game ever released," he writes. "This set is the result of half a decade of collecting."

He continues:

All 721 games sold at retail in the United States, Canada and Mexico are included.

Also included is every single box ever released. Note that Mario-All Stars+World, Super Scope 6, and Miracle Piano did not have individual game boxes.

Also included is 605 unique game manuals, comprising 84% of all manuals. I have approximately half of the rarest manuals here, but you can see specifics below.

Also included are 400-700 white box inserts, 400-700 white usage instruction booklets, 400-700 Nintendo Power advertisement cards and posters, 300-500 registration cards, and 100 or so posters.

Also included are 26 duplicate games, 15 duplicate boxes, and 50-100 duplicate manuals.

What is *not* included is any not-for-resale, unreleased, and unlicensed games.

You can check out more of the nitty-gritty details over at the eBay listing. So if you've ever thought to yourself, "Boy, I could sure use all 721 Super Nintendo games released in North America!" and you have an extra $US25,000 to spare, now's your chance.

[via NeoGAF]


Comments

    At least wait till the first posting leaves the FRONT PAGE before doing a repost. The original only went to the second page BECAUSE of this post. Surely it doesn't take THAT much effort to check to see if it has already been posted.

      This one has been (automatically?) imported from the US Kotaku site. The US site does not get Australian articles, so it's not a duplicate as far as they're concerned.

      Still, it does highlight the imperfections in the system.

      I think there is worse things to complain about then a repost. How about a certain paid journalist that called the readers vile names because they didn't like something he did aka Luke Plunkett.

    If you are reading this Mark, you deserve a raise or something for getting this news out to us 3 1/2 hours earlier than the slowpokes at KotakuUS :)

    Kotaku strikes again. Demand better.

    The funny thing is - he bought them all to make ROMS. By selling the originals he is now no longer legally allowed to use said ROMS.

    Aww, i miss that "Official Nintendo Seal of Quality", makes me sad the don't do it now

    So that you can make all your rom downloads legitimate.

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