…he said sarcastically. You may recall that a year ago, someone acquired one of the 26 Nintendo World Championships Gold carts and then — to the great wincing pain of every collector watching — dismantled it, then had the VGA laminate it in pieces. He claimed that framing it this way would keep it preserved longer, but others argued that wasn’t true.
The dismembered cart then went up on eBay, and now it appears to be up once more — unless this is a different cart; it’s hard to tell from the description. God help us if there are two of these now, or if this becomes a trend. Pat, don’t ever even think about it.
Also in the news:
1991 Nintendo/Pepsi Giveaway Sign A sizable artifact from Nintendo’s dominating years.
Tagin’ Dragon No, I didn’t misspell that. They did, but I didn’t. An unlicensed NES game with what is debatably the worst-looking cover out of any of them.
Turok 2 Demo Cart Contains beta material, and current price is cheap. It’s the European version, however, and I only know of the US version’s value.
Happy Birthday, Princess Toadstool! Pretty darn overpriced…
Finally, if you have a Wii U, I’d like to remind you that today Super Metroid goes on sale for thirty cents. If you can only buy one item today, forget the watch, make it this.