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You know what they say about games – the old ones are the best. And that’s not just because they were far more enjoyable than the likes of modern day games (i’m looking at you Call of Duty). Not only do they still work after many, many years, they can rake you in a small fortune too.
Here are some of the games that could send you on your next holiday, based on what they can currently demand on the market. Providing they are in perfect condition, of course.
T Mek (Super Nintendo) – £800
The Sega 32X, tried to extend the life of the Sega Mega Drive. This started a trend of many rare games.
X Zone (Super Nintendo) – £850
It’s considered to be one of the most widely available and popular video games of all time, but there’s a good reason why this copy of Super Mario Bros. cost so much.
The classic game was often bundled with the console, which means over 40 million copies of Super Mario Bros. for the NES have been sold worldwide. Which in theory makes it one of the easiest, and therefore cheapest, retro games to get hold of.
But this one in particular went for so much on eBay for two main reasons: it’s still sealed in its original cellophane wrapping and it’s one of the first editions of the game ever made.
You can tell that because of the tab at the back that lets you hang it on …