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‘Super Mario 64’ game sells for 1.56 million dollars at auction

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If you bought video games when you were younger, you might be sitting on a gold mine if two recent auctions of mint-condition classic games in the US is any indication of how valuable they are. A 25-year-old “Super Mario 64” video game from 1996 that was still in its sealed cartridge set a new record after netting 1.56 million dollars at a weekend auction held by Heritage Auctions in Texas. “The cultural significance of this title and its importance to the history of video games is paramount,” says the company. It was the first 3D adventure the popular character went on, and the condition of t…

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