Selling IDR 22.5 Billion, Super Mario 64 Breaks the World’s Most Expensive Game Record – Old game Super Mario 64 officially become most expensive games all time after successfully selling for 1.56 million US dollars or Rp. 22.5 billion in an auction.

The figure broke the previous record held by the game Legend of Zelda which was sold on July 9 yesterday. At that time, this game managed to sell up to 870,000 US dollars or Rp. 12.6 billion.

Super Mario 64 was auctioned for a high price because the game is still in sealed condition and looks like new. In addition, this game is also quite legendary because it was released on June 23, 1996.

“The cultural significance of this game title and its impact on video game history is of paramount importance, and the condition of this copy is so amazing that we truly feel lost,” wrote auction site Heritage Auctions in its description. 7/2021).

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In addition, this game gets a high rating from the game rating site Wata. Super Mario 64 gets a rating of 9.8 A++ out of 10, which means the game is still in like new condition.

This rating is intended to see how valuable the game is. With this, buyers can see the state of the game on an absolute scale, remove doubts, and have complete trust when making transactions.

For information, Super Mario 64 is a legendary game that was released on June 23, 1996 for consoles Nintendo 64. This game is called a 3D adventure game featuring Mario as the main character and sold up to 11 million units in the world.

Nintendo product auctions are also increasingly in demand in recent times. April 2021, the Super Mario Bros. game sold up to 660,000 US dollars or Rp. 9.5 billion. While the prototype Nintendo PlayStation console sold for 360,000 US dollars or Rp. 5.2 billion.

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