And a late Merry Christmas. Hope Santa treated you all well and you had some fun times relaxing with family and friends. I’ve been awol for the very same reasons.
Here’s a quick dumplist while I catch up.
Super Mario Bros. 2: The Lost Levels Sealed FDS – I’ve always wanted to own a copy of this, but not a pricey sealed copy like this. I have no clue though, how FDS games were sealed.
Nintendo Press Kit from 1993 Summer CES – There’s been lots of binders similar to this listed and relisted over the past year. Price is a bit higher than what many similar ones have sold for. It includes an 8×10 of the redesigned Top Loading NES which was in prototype form at the time of the printing and had a rectangular controller instead of the dogbone.
Biohazard 3 Last Escape Hong Kong Comic Mansion Key – Not to be confused with the super rare 1996 Tokyo Game Show keys. Seller has other promos from the comic, such as the Shotgun. They also have this XBOX Sealed Tokyo Game Show 2004 Premium 2 Disc Set.
Rare Super Mario RPG Japanese Retail Bag from 1996 – Japanese retailers commonly use bags with advertising on them as a way to promote items they carry and as a way to earn extra revenue from advertisers. This particular bag was meant to promote Super Mario RPG. It’s difficult to find official Super Mario RPG merchandise aside from the game itself and a handful of strategy guides.
“Signed” NES Copy of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – The box was signed at a car show by a person dressed as Michaelangelo.
40 Game NES Sealed Lot – This seriously has the worst description ever for a lot that in theory is worth big money.
GameCube Mario Wavebird Club Nintendo Controller Boxed – Only Sold to 2004 Club Nintendo Members for 500 Points.
N64 Conker’s Bad Fur Day Press Kit – Sealed in a vga archival acrylic case! Seriously though, I don’t think that matters much, but this is the press kit that was relatively unknown until recent years. The first couple fetched several hundred, but price went down after. Recently, somone was offering a bounty of $500 for a good copy on several forums. It contains the Conker’s Bad Fur Day video game, Conker’s T-Shirt, a prescription bottle with jelly beans, a Conker’s VHS tape, and a fake store manager’s report created by the company for this package. The box also contains a real Key Lime Pie recipe on the back. Seller also has a Portable Nintendo 64 system with LED SCREEN.