Here’s What A Gold Minish Cap Game Boy Advance SP Is Worth Today
Hidden inside just six of the 25,000 “Zelda Limited Edition Pak” released was a Willy Wonka-esque golden ticket that redeemable for a prize worth far more. If you stumbled onto one of these gold cards, you could turn it in for an ultra-rare Game Boy Advance SP plated in real, 24-karat gold.
The Nerdist deciphered Internet runes and discovered that a seventh one might have been made as a giveaway for a website called GamesTM, but its existence has never been confirmed.
Making the legend of the 24-karat gold Game Boy even more bizarre is that neither Nintendo nor any of the winners have ever been revealed. Only a few stock photos, a randomly old listing for one that popped up on an online store, and some alleged photos posted on a Spanish blog were the only proof it even happened — aside from Nintendo’s original advertisement graphic, of course.
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August 5, 2022 at 10:04AM