The auction in January brought in close to $5 million, and Mut 22 coins that did not include the auction of other notable games.
A version of "Halo: Combat Evolved" from 2001, for instance, was the very initial Xbox game to sell six figures, selling for $108,000. One of the games from the final production run of "Super Mario Bros." in the 1980s, sold for $186,000. Three games sealed from "The Legend of Zelda" series topped $150,000 each.
One Super Mario Bros. game was the highest-priced games ever made, when it was bought by the company for $2 million on August 2, as reported by The Times.
Claflin University student Eric Minor has turned his talents for video games into an opportunity to be a part of the Super Bowl.
Minor A senior computer science major student from Suffolk, Virginia, advanced to the finals of the Madden NFL 22 x HBCU tournament. She will be competing against Rodney McKay of Virginia Union University. Both players will be as guests on NFL Total Access to talk about their experiences during the tournament. The show will air by the NFL Network Tuesday, Feb. 8 beginning at 7 p.m.
Minor and McKay will take on McKay in the final clash on McKay and Minor will meet in the final matchup on Feb. 12 from 3.30 p.m. on the NFL's west coast headquarters located just behind SoFi Stadium in Hollywood Park that is home to Super Bowl LVI. It is possible to watch the event live via the NFL's YouTube or Twitch channels.