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    Duck Hunt - Wata 9.4 A+ Sealed [Rev-A, Round SOQ, Later Production], NES Nintendo 1985 USA. We haven't offered a high grade sealed copy of Duck Hunt since the Wata 9.4 A+ Carolina Collection copy that sold for $5,160 in our 2019 November Signature Auction! According to Wata's black box article and spreadsheet, this variant with a rev-a code and round seal of quality was the last package variant produced for this game. This black box launch title was introduced during the first US test market as a pack-in with the console. It's fair to say that this is one of the most memorable games, if not the single most memorable, in the "Light Gun" series, which utilized the NES Zapper peripheral. Produced by Gunpei Yokoi with music by Hirokazu Tanaka.

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