Yesterday, a copy of Super Mario 64 was sold for an insane 1,560,000 dollars, about 13 million Swedish kronor.

Once again, Heritage Auctions was responsible for the sales process and they gave the game a sky-high 9.8 on the so-called Wata scale, which indicates the condition of the object and according to Heritage, this was one of a maximum of five known unbroken specimens in this condition.

Even before the auction, it was believed that it would bring in good money when the asking price was set at 100,000 dollars, but that it would stay at over 1.5 million dollars, no one could have predicted.

Source: Kotaku