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1985 Nintendo NES Deluxe Set NIB VGA 85 (NYC Test Market Edition)

This is a brand new, complete Deluxe Set with console, Rob, Duck Hunt and Gyromite. It’s  from the first release of the system, which is indicated by the lack of of later “Deluxe” print on the side of the box.

While the NYC Test Market origin is the general concensous in some collecting communities, I personally side with those who think it is just a plain old box revision. A test market is 10,000 units tops and the system box shows up once a week. Really though, the origin is not that relevant to the auction.

Fact is, it’s bloody rare in this condition. The Duck Hunt and Gyromite contained within are presumably sticker sealed and pristine – easily fetching $1,000 each on their own.

Auction Here

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  1. I love multicarts. Have always had a fascination for them, but this one is utter crap. Looks like all educational pirates? The only thing interesting is Mappy. My favorite game, but they never made it for the N64, so wonder what it is.

  2. The non-Deluxe worded set is harder to find for sure than the later release, but I’m not sure “bloody rare” is the correct description if you can always find one at any time.

  3. videogamesny was going to work with those vga guys to have like a store where they can showcase vga graded games. unfortunately, the vga people are a little too greedy and they wanted to charge the store full price for grading. assholes.

  4. That’s not an N64 cartridge… it’s for some type of pirate Famicom. I have a 33-in-1 cartridge for a Greek system called the Micro Genius that looks almost the same (Here’s a pic that I took… apparently before I learned how to use my camera, christ that’s blurry: http://www.astrocadeage.com/genius.jpg ).

    And if terrible pictures from some random guy on the internets isn’t convincing enough, look closely at the 64-in-1 carts auction and you’ll see the cartridge has 60 pins on the connector. N64 cartridges I believe have 50.

    –Zero

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