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(Rare/Auction) Nintendo Towels, Bathrobe & More

(Rare/Auction) Nintendo Towels, Bathrobe & More

eBay user 8bitthumbs has a LOT of classic and rare Nintendo goodies up for auction. Check it out here if you’re interested. A few examples of the items:                    

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The Benefit Of Unplayed and “Mint” Condition Games

The Benefit Of Unplayed and “Mint” Condition Games

“Super Mario World Super Nintendo BRAND NEW IN BOX NEVER USED SNES” An ebay auction for an unplayed copy of Super Mario World recently ended with a final bid of $256. Take care of those boxes kids! I wish someone told that to me when I was younger. Link to the ended auction        

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(Rare/Auction) Zora Action Figure

(Rare/Auction) Zora Action Figure

“Up for auction here is a “Zora Link” action figure, based on the character from the popular Nintendo 64 videogame known as The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask. Released by Nintendo and Epoch Co., Ltd. in the year 2001, this very well-made, highly-articulated and beautiful toy action figure was sculpted by acclaimed Japanese artist Masayuki Hagiwara and bears an excellent likeness to the […]

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(Rare/Auction) The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Nintendo 64 with Player’s Guide Blister

(Rare/Auction) The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Nintendo 64 with Player’s Guide Blister

Current Bid – $180 Ebay link “I am selling a FACTORY SEALED The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time for the Nintendo 64 (N64). This also includes the OFFICIAL NINTENDO PLAYER’s GUIDE  from Nintendo Power with foreword by Zelda creator Shigeru Miyamoto. Zelda was my all-time favorite Nintendo game and I found this one collecting dust in my attic. Good […]

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1985 Nintendo NES Deluxe Set NIB VGA 85 (NYC Test Market Edition)

1985 Nintendo NES Deluxe Set NIB VGA 85 (NYC Test Market Edition)

“This is a brand new, complete Deluxe Set with console, Rob, Duck Hunt and Gyromite. It’s  from the first release of the system, which is indicated by the lack of of later “Deluxe” print on the side of the box.” “While the NYC Test Market origin is the general consensus in some collecting communities, I personally side with those who […]

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