Stadium Events is the most expensive NES game ever sold


The generous gesture of video game makers spending millions to create some of the best games is reciprocated by buyers who are not shying away from shelling out large sums to own these games. Recently, a person (we have no information about his name or whereabouts), shelled out $41,300 on an extremely rare NES game. The rare Stadium Events game whose rights were purchased by Nintendo and was later renamed World Class Track Meet was purchased on eBay. According to Video Game Price Charts, this auction has turned Stadium Events into the most expensive NES game ever sold.

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Call it gamers luck if you wish, there are reports that around 200 copies of the game are still floating around there. So try your luck and see if you can get your hands on this rare game.
[Joystiq]