The Nerd won several NES cartridges from an online auction. Among the games included was the 1990 Nintendo World Championships game. The only NES game the Nerd doesn't own, because it is so rare that authentic copies of the game cost at least $10,000. The game included in the auction deal however was not a legit copy, but just a reproduced edition that is more common to obtain. When all else fails, Nerd contacts a fellow gamer named Pat the NES Punk for a trade in between his box of games for Pat's own NWC game. Upon Pat's observing of the box of game, he find an authentic copy of the game hidden among the other games. The Nerd fight over the game with Pat, until they decided to settle the dispute by playing the game itself and who ever has a better score becomes the owner of the game. As soon as they started to play the game, it was nothing more than demos of Super Mario Bros., Rad Racer, & Tetris running under a time limit of only 6 minutes and 21 seconds. The Nerd discovers the ... Written by
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The Angry Video Game Nerd
Just to think, the NWC cartridges are so expensive, you could actually use that money and buy a real car!
Pat the NES Punk
Sure, you can buy a car, but would it be... a racer as rad as this?
A quick shot near the end of the credits confirms that both the gold and gray Nintendo World Championships cartridges are still intact, and that the cartridges destroyed were in fact, fakes. See more
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