Wednesday, April 07, 2010

Hopefully the shirt costs (a lot) less than the game

The Hundreds, a Los Angeles-based outfitter, recently announced (via its official blog) its "Rosewood Collection Spring 2010 T-shirts."

One of the collection's designs (below) was pulled from the cover of the rarest licensed NES game: The NTSC version of Bandai's Stadium Events.


According to Wikipedia, a factory-sealed version of said game was sold (via eBay) for $41,300 on February 26, 2010. I'm not sure how much The Hundreds is going to charge for its Stadium Events-inspired t-shirts, but it has to be a good bit less than $41,300, right?

Sadly, the t-shirts are only available at the outfitter's Los Angeles and San Francisco stores--as opposed to its online shop--as of now.

(Via gonintendo.com)

3 comments:

Viewtiful_Justin said...

Yikes. That's a bundle! I knew I should have bought more NES games when I was 6! :-P

Bryan Ochalla said...

I can't believe someone would pay that amount of money for such a crappy game, to tell you the truth -- regardless of its rarity.

Viewtiful_Justin said...

Agreed.