In 1990, a new third-party device for the Nintendo Entertainment System promised players invincibility, unlimited ammo, and other perks for practically any game they owned. It was not a wish Nintendo planned on granting.
An unopened copy of the 1996 Nintendo game 'Super Mario 64' was sold for $1.56 million, setting a new record for most expensive video game ever sold—just two days after a sealed copy of 'The Legend of Zelda' was auctioned off.
The Video Game History Foundation is unloading duplicate copies from its magazine vault—including an issue of 'Nintendo Power' #1.
Some video games based on books make complete sense. Then you find out there's a 'Les Misérables' fighting game.
If you can't get enough of pixelated power-ups and the "just one more coin" attitude that permeated the video games of yesteryear, you won't be able to get enough of these goodies.