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    Super Mario Bros. - Wata 9.6 A Sealed [Oval SOQ R, Last Production], NES Nintendo 1985 USA. Many collectors consider Super Mario Bros. to be the most important release in the history of home consoles, and they make a good argument. The game did nothing less than create a world-famous mascot for Nintendo and pioneer a new kind of game: the side-scrolling platformer. The last release of the title is indicated by the registered trademark symbol by the oval seal of quality, and we are excited to offer such a fine example of this iteration. This is an NES black box launch title and, of course, the first game in the Super Mario series. It features the first appearance of Bowser and was designed by Shigeru Miyamoto. It is the top selling NES game of all time.


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    October, 2021
    29th-31st Friday-Sunday
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