The Rarest Nintendo Item I Own! An Expensive Game Genie Adapter?!?



The rarest Nintendo item I own. A Game Genie Adapter. This is a pretty interesting item that not a lot of people know about. These were offered free to owners of the original Game Genie for the NES that bought a NES-101 top loader. Not many took them up on the offer, hence not many of these are out in the wild!

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26 thoughts on “The Rarest Nintendo Item I Own! An Expensive Game Genie Adapter?!?”

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  2. Back in the day, I ordered not one but two of these adapters and still own both in the original box, bubble wrap, and single page instruction sheet. The story goes that Galoob had a box of 50+ adapters that were dropped of to a local thrift store somewhere near their warehouse. Kinda E.T.ish like… If only I were there to scoop them up! End of story.
    My personal rarest Nintendo item would be the top loader with A/V out (minus RF) just like the SNES & N64. Back in the mid nineties, I purchased a top loader from my local Toys 'R' Us just to get it home and realize it had the terrible RF connection which produced a faint jail bar image in the background. The video quality sucked!!! I almost returned the top loader, but decided to call the big N. They informed me to send it in for repairs. About a week later, I get a call from Nintendo's tech support. The guy calling asked if I would like to keep the RF out, or I could have A/V out. I opted for the A/V out option. This was at no charge from my end. I did call back the techie at Nintendo to thank him and explained how I was a huge fan and requested four more units with A/V out with a charge of $35 each. He informed me this was not normal protocol, but after hearing my story he agreed to ship them anyway. All four units came with the top loader, psu, controller, a/v cables, but in a plain brown box. That's my rarest Nintendo hardware purchase. WOOHOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Ron, keep up the great videos dude!!! Peace out & BOOM!!!

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  3. With me both times were at college, first was Tunnel B1 an admittedly bad game but it was back when I was so short of cash I may of got 4 or 5 games a year, 2nd was a year later when I loaned out MGS to some international students who only lived 1 minute walk from my house and even had same landlord who moved back to their country with my game! To make matters worse I left on bad terms with that landlord and they didn't want to get involved with helping me but helped him when it went to court!

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  4. really wow i have one in my game collection got it in the local flee market got the lot for 30 bucks with a few games and a Nes not a bad deal Nes needs cleaning but still plays, thanks for the info

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  5. Ok that is awesome dude. I had no idea these even existed! The connection was shaky with the original one getting it to work properly with blowing on them. Could only imagine adding yet another adaptor connection to an adapter lol. THIS ISN’T EVEN MY FINAL FORM!!

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  6. 6:47, Nintendo didn’t approve of the Game Genie because they would rather you get a subscription to Nintendo Power to get help with games.

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  7. I found 2 boxed copies of game genie on ebay. One was for genesis, and the other was NES. The NES one was part of a lot found in a storage unit and was in expectable condition for being at the time 27yrs old. Near mint, but warped box with that moldy smell to it. Never opened. Gold cart. The Genesis edition looked mint. Get this, the genesis box came with a mini code booklet with additional codes. It was like physical DLC for gamegenie. I remember they used to come with revision booklets that either came with it or you could buy, but the mini booklet was just cute.

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  8. I know the Real story and it's true! Some guy actually bought the box of adapters for Game Genie and then regretted it and kicking himself and he owns a really cool NES and Famicom site that is popular and famous ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️

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  9. The games you collect can always be replaced for a price. The memories, however, will always be with you, and are priceless.

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  10. My older brother took his sega genesis console and five games to school. And after school someone broke into his locker and took everything. I was so pissed.

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  11. Man, this thing represents BY FAR one of the biggest regrets of my gaming life. I actually got one of these adapters when I was in high school back in 2002-03 or so when I purchased a Game Genie on eBay that included it, but the listing made no note of the adapter and I got it for like $15 or so. This was around the time that ol' Ben Heck was showing off the first few portable NES systems he built, so I decided I was going to try making my own. Since I lacked anything to plug in the cart to a circuit board, I had the idea of using that adapter since I had opened it previously and noticed it literally is just a shell resize, no real circuitry, so I desoldered the part that the cart plugs into to have and proceeded to simply throw away the rest of the adapter since I no longer had a use for it.

    …and then later I lost interest and abandoned the project anyway

    So I basically disassembled one of these adapters for nothing lol, it wasn't until about 2010 or so that I noticed some forum threads indicating their extreme rarity and realized what I had done back then D:

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  12. I like to have a decent size collection but it has to be games i actually play and price
    Although i did spent £87 on pokemon stadium 2

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  13. I collect the same way. I only get stuff I want to eventually play or that has some sort of novelty or sentimental value. Never going to collect a whole set just for the sake of it.

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