EA Sports Active Wii LE

Days ago, the 7,500 USD expended for the unreleased Atari Cosmos surprised me. With 7,500 USD you can do many things. Well, the winner of that auctions decided to invest the money into a never published portable system.

Today someone else is willing to pay 21,000 USD for a NES cartridge.
It’s unclear how many Stadium Events are still around. Somone somewhere might even have a box filled with sealed copies, maybe left in a basament.
You could buy a PAL Stadium Events for less than 1/150 of that price.
21,000 USD invested in a single, sealed NES cart.
“Just wow” isn’t enough.
This sale should be written in some Guinness book. Will it become the most expensive video game ever?

EA Sports Active Wii signed on one side by actor Shaun Sipos 1/15

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Written by Nicola

Nicola, the Italian search engine over eBay...collects videogames from 1992.


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  1. According to some local chick that cursed me out over criaglist when I asked her where she got her information, she says there are only 200 stadium events in existance. She went on a speal telling me there is only 200 copies were ever sold, and how she has 75 systems and 4500+ games. Someone knows how to google it appears as theres an article out there that says that no more than 200 were sold. Which, they have no way of telling like the article states, there could be 100+ sealed out there that no one knows about.

  2. See, that’s the fucking problem! You have these morons who aren’t even gamers claiming only 200 copies of Stadium Events. These morons take the wikipedia for facts which is just flat out bullshit! THANKS ALOT, SO-CALLED NES COLLECTORS. And they know who i’m talking to!

  3. I have it on good authority from some NES collectors that in fact only 16 Stadium Events games were made. They were sold in one Woolworths store for 2 hours and 14 minutes before being removed from the shelves. Bandai deliberately only shrink wrapped three of the games to ensure a sealed copy would be worth much more to NES collectors in the future.


  4. The truth: Woolworths received 10K copies of stadium events.
    Then Mr Woolworth decided to retire 9,800 copies in Switzerland and left on the shelves the remaining ones. He knew that, one day, NES collectors would have paid 20K for a single cart.
    Be prepared, Mr. Woolworth is going to flood the marked, one cart each month! Be prepared to update the holy Wiki!

  5. I told you guys ,stadium events is going down the same road as the aladdin deck.
    There rare,no wait… we found a warehouse full of it.

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