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    Super Mario Bros. 3 - Wata 9.6 A+ Sealed [Bros. "Right," Later Production], NES Nintendo 1990 USA. This may be one of the nicest games we've seen with a Wata 9.6! Some of us at Heritage certainly have fond memories of Kay Bee Toys -- the awesome toy stores that used to grace the line up at local malls all over the nation. A conscientious decision was made to keep the price sticker from that retailer, a nod to its provenance. We can't help but like this copy all the more for it! Super Mario Bros. 3 is the third bestselling Nintendo Entertainment System video game of all time at over 17 million copies sold worldwide. It's influence is still felt on platformers today. After all, it helped set the standard for the genre!

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