OTTUMWA, IA - AUGUST 13: David Moreno of San Diego, California plays on an orignial Nintendo Entertainment System at the launch party for the International Video Game Hall of Fame and Museum on August 13, 2009 in Ottumwa, Iowa. Ottumwa was officially proclaimed the Video Game Capital of the World at the launch party and plans are underway to build a full museum in the small Iowa city. (Photo by David Greedy/Getty Images)

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A game store in Seattle hit the motherlode while sifting through a bag of otherwise boring NES games. The co-owner of the shop said he was sifting through a Safeway bag of the most boring NES games you can imagine when he spotted a cartridge of Nintendo World Championships 1990. After opening it to confirm that it wasn’t a reproduction, the store offered the man $13,000 USD for it, which he accepted.

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