Your feel-good story of the day.
Pristine copies of classic games can always fetch a pretty penny – a copy of Super Mario 64 broke a world record recently, selling for an absolutely mindblowing $1.56 million USD – but when the money they can generate ends up going to a good cause, it all feels worth it.
As reported by WFMZ-TV, a Goodwill services representative named Nichole Garcia managed to use her knowledge of Nintendo games to host a record-breaking auction on the organisation’s website. Trained to pick out items that could sell well online, Garcia discovered a “brand new Nintendo system”, along with 27 NES games still in their original packaging.
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