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    Luigi Saves the Day!

    Mario is Missing! - Wata 9.8 A+ Sealed [Oval SOQ R, Discovery Series], NES Software Toolworks 1993 USA. Wait, for real?! We're a bit flabbergasted by this one. Only one other sealed copy of this game has ever been offered by Heritage Auctions, and it's been two years since that previous copy graced our venue. It's fair to say that finding a sealed copy of this game is a once in a blue moon type of opportunity. Though this game was not published by Nintendo, some big fans of Mario's younger brother would make the case that this could be a candidate for key status--this is technically the first game to feature Luigi as the main protagonist. Though Luigi would have to save Mario once again in Luigi's Mansion on the GameCube 8 years later. Mario is Missing! didn't sell too many copies upon release, so it may be a while before we see another copy as great as this.


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    Auction Dates
    October, 2021
    29th-31st Friday-Sunday
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