NGamer - As you may have seen in our story earlier today, a Nintendo Powerfest 94 cartridge sold for $12,000 earlier this week. Amazingly, that isn’t even the most expensive Nintendo game.
Let’s say you were to come into a lot of money and decided you wanted to instantly own the greatest Nintendo collection of all time. Let’s say you wanted twenty of the rarest and most valuable Nintendo games ever released – how much would it set you back? Let’s find out, shall we? Let’s go in reverse order from least to most expensive, to make it interesting.