Why Vintage Games Are Selling for Big Bucks

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Why Vintage Games Are Selling for Big Bucks

Don’t throw out your old video games just yet. 

A sealed copy of the Nintendo 64 classic Super Mario 64 recently sold for $1,560,000, toppling the record that The Legend of Zelda had just claimed. It’s part of a heating market for collectibles that’s likely to continue, experts say. 

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“There’s a perception among gamers now that physical media-based games are going to become increasingly rare, which in turn is accelerating the nostalgia market,” Michael Hancock, a professor at The Games Institute at the University of Waterloo, told Lifewire in an email interview. 

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