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About Rare Nes Games

Video game technology has come an awfully long way in recent years, but that doesn't mean people have entirely forgotten about the ancestors of today's gaming consoles. Indeed, the Nintendo Entertainment System, or NES, was released twenty-five years ago but still commands a loyal following of fans willing to shell out thousands of dollars for hard-to-find models, games and peripherals. We were reminded of such earlier this year when a North Carolina woman listed a few dusty NES games for sale on eBay and was shocked when bidding for one game topped out at $13,105. Several weeks later, a factory-sealed copy complete with manual fetched $41,300 in another eBay auction.<br><br>That game was the fabled 'Stadium Events', a version of the Japanese title 'Running Stadium' developed and released by Bandai in the United States in 1987. One of only two games optimized for use with the Family Fun Fitness mat - branded as the Power Pad in certain markets - was a simple track and field game featuring such events as the 100-meter dash, the 110-meter hurdles, the long jump and the triple jump. While the use of the Family Fun Fitness mat made 'Stadium Events' a novelty, it is its rarity that makes the NTSC version of this release such a hot commodity for collectors of rare video games today. 'Stadium Events' had an extremely limited release in North America, appearing only in a select number of Woolworth's stores. In fact, the release of even this small number of cartridges turned to be an accident as Nintendo had already secured the license to produce a version of the game for the aforementioned Power Pad.<br><br>Also competing for the title of rarest NES release is 'Nintendo World Championships', which was produced to test gamers' skills in a 1990 tournament in Los Angeles hosted by Nintendo. The game incorporated elements of three other titles, beginning with the first level of 'Super Mario Bros.' before segueing into 'Rad Racer' and then 'Tetris'. While thousands of gamers across the United States had a chance to play the game while competing in the tournament, copies were only distributed to the grand winner, who received the game on a golden cartridge, and twenty-five runners up, meaning there are at most twenty-six copies of 'Nintendo World Championships' still in existence. Such is the appeal of owning the game that copies routinely fetch in excess of $15,000, with pristine cartridges complete with a box and manual changing hands for over $20,000.