Summary: You will hear that in the new episode!

Yet another sales record: with a price of no less than 2 million US dollars, an unopened copy of Super Mario Bros. for the NES from 1985 is the new most expensive game of all time! Meanwhile, Nintendo has presented the new business figures, which show a slight weakening of the incredible business success of 2020. As always, we will of course talk about the best new games for the Switch, great eShop bargains and answer the interesting community questions – and much more!

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All topics of the 156th episode – timecodes

11:30 – Games of the week & bargains
23:40 – New most expensive game ever
35:10 – New Nintendo business figures
46:40 – Our other podcasts
50:20 – Community: questions, feedback, more

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