Â ï»¿ï»¿Now here is an item that may not be seen again for quite some time!Â Flintstones: Surprise at Dinosaur Peak is the second hardest to find licensed Nintendo game behind the ever elusive Stadium Events.Â While Stadium Events is so hard to find because it was supposedly recalled after Nintendo bought the rights to the Family Fun Fitness Pad (redesigned by them as the Power Pad), Flintstones: SaDP is rare due the the fact that it was supposedly released as a video game rental exclusive.Â This means that the only places legitimately able to obtain a copy were franchises like BlockBuster Video and presumably local mom-and-pop rentals (though many think that these wereÂ a BlockBuster only rental–there’s noÂ evidence to prove or disprove this as far as I am aware).Â
Â Â Â Â Loose copies sell on average between $175 and $225…add in the box and manual (the manual is actually the hardest of the three to find) and you are looking at quite a nice sum of money as far as video game collecting is concerned.Â Find a sealed copy?Â Now you’re looking at a whole new ballgame!Â
Â Â Â Â While the $50,000 BIN price is enough to make even the most seasoned collector shake in their boots, there is still hope in the form of a Best Offer option.Â I know for a fact the sellers of this have little to no intention of that BIN being clicked, but if you were in the possession of an item such as this, what would you put?Â This is the second or third copy to be confirmed as a legitimate sealed copy, so for those looking to someday complete a sealed Nintendo Collection, this may be your only chance to snap up a monster.Â This game was originally bought for the specific purpose to be opened and placed on a rental shelf.Â Act now before it is gone for good!
–Topps Ad Promos:Â These have been listed before, but they’re down to a realistic price.
–Mario All-Star CES Promo Stickers
–Vintage Nintendo Power Jacket:Â It doesn’t even smell!
–N64/GBC Signs and Sealed Promo Camera Lot