HOLY BALLS: Nintendo World Championship Cart is $$$$

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A few days ago I implored everyone to NOT buy this uber-rare NES cart because I’m 98.347% convinced it’s the video game version of the VHS from The Ring. A bunch of you thought it was my way of clearing out the competition. WELL EXCUSE ME FOR CARING ABOUT YOUR LIVES.

Well, clearly my warning was not heeded because since then the price for this thing has jumped up to $98,000 on ebay. Sure, it’s a Nintendo World Championship cartridge (or NWC if you’re a cool kid) and that’s all rare and good but but but but DUDEBROS AND DUDESISTERS. That’s, like, almost a hundred thousand bucks. I…I can’t compute. I mean if I had this in my collection, sure, I’d be the happiest motherfucker on this planet, but there’s no way in HFIL (DBZ reference, anyone?) I’d spend that kind of money on it.

Well, unless I was filthy rich and my pockets were overflowing with gil. Then I might. Yeah, actually I’m pretty sure I would.


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  • Will Castillo

    That has to be fake bids. There’s no other reason.

    • Shadows Fallin

      no there real i know acouple ppl that would probly give around a mil for them lol

  • Jose Diaz

    Holy titty sprinkles. Clearly we need to get into the counterfeit game catridge racket Britt.

    • Brittney Brombacher

      I’m down.

  • superNESjoe

    Outside of very wealthy collectors, there are people and establishments that always try to buy these carts for museum and preservation purposes.

    • Brittney Brombacher

      Oooh right. That thought passed through that lump of tissue I can a brain. I’m curious if we’ll find out!

  • Jimmy ‘Maverick’ Wright

    Wow!!!!! This Is hella retarded!! Yesterday it was at 5k! What is wrong with people! Its almost up to 100k!!!!

    • Brittney Brombacher

      I think it went for 99!

  • Deidre Loiselle-Root

    How in the actual hell can you WHAT game you’re supposedly getting? AND WHO SPENDS ALMOST A HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ON A CARTRIDGE WITH NO LABEL?!?!?

    • Brittney Brombacher


  • Jonathan Lindberg

    Interestingly enough, the 1st “bidder” and last “bidder” were the same person…