Box Of Old Zelda Games Redefines Definition Of "Case Fresh" [Update]

We don't post about video game auctions very often here. When we do, it has to be something that's pretty amazing. This cardboard treasure trove of Zelda fits that bill.

It's a box of sealed copies of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. The original SNES release. Like the wounded body of 1992 heaved itself upon our doorstep and, with its final, dying breath, left us with its greatest treasure.

There are six copies to be found within, and they've never been played. Never been soiled. Oh, they're also the PAL version, so if that's a problem for you, well, tough. Paradise don't come cheap.

UPDATE - Oh dear. Reader Arin says he read this post then actually went and bid on the box. And won! And apparently got...a single opened copy of Link to the Past (the German version, no less) for his troubles. Let this be a sad, sad lesson to the rest of you (and also explain why we never link directly to the eBay auctions in these posts).

Link to the Past Factory Case, Computer Space 2p [gameSniped]