For Sale: All 721 SNES Games Released In North America

December 10, 2012


This is an auction from eBay seller kaisetsuna who's offering all 721 Super Nintendo games released in the United States, Mexico and Canada (aka North America). All come with their original boxes, ~85% with the instruction manuals, and all for the low, low, Buy It Now price of $24,999. TWENTY FIVE GRAND?! *spitting up blood* "...Why are you spitting up blood?" I was sword swallowing and somebody made me laugh. "Seriously?" No, I farted.

Thanks to Wilmersama, who agrees 2/3's of those games aren't worth the $35 average they cost in the auction. Yeaaaaah, I'll just buy the 100 good SNES games.

  • Jeremy Surgeon

    I don't think most of these people are getting this, it's not for playing the games it's for collecting. Retro game collecting is a thing and having an emulator or virtual console doesn't do it.

  • alexduran

    There's more than 721. Also more than 752 that the youtube video stated which missed a few. A realistic number I read was in the 780's.

  • Rebecca Robinson

    I would totally buy this if I had the money!!!

  • Gunslinger14

    to be honest,I think nostalgia can be a dangerous and expensive thing. most of these games aren't as good as you probably remember them....!


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  • Cortney A.

    Granted they don't have as big as a selection, but Wii's virtual console would be cheaper. Cause I don't know about most but there was only like a handful of games that I liked on SNES so a selection this big would be pretty useless to me.

  • sx

    Neat for a collector, but for those of us who don't have 25 grand, 10 minutes and an emulator will get you the same thing.

  • Matty Spinny

    now thats sexy

  • Hayley Prychun Rodgers

    Not a bad price, just under $35 a piece. I mean, if you are a collector and care a lot about condition, it's really a steal.

  • Mighty Molecule

    lots of products of divorces on ebay these days....

  • TheCheapGamer

    product of marriage perhaps :\

  • archer923

    I just love how the guy has to give stuff up.

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