Whether by collecting or nostalgia, publishers have been reclaiming the classic spoils of their catalogs, mostly nurturing digital services. But there are many collectors who continue to strive for physical copies, and of course looking for relics from auction and product websites and second hand.
While there are many legitimate gaming products, experts warn that there are more counterfeit copies on sale online, and their quality is getting better, making it harder to tell from photographs if they are genuine.
According to Kotaku reports, one of the SNES game cartridges that is circulating is of the title Magical Pop'n. A legitimate copy of this game circulates in retro gaming communities for about $ 1,200 for its rarity. But this game has been copied by the Chinese, so many collectors are confused about the legitimacy of its version, and Reedit and social networks multiply the call for help.
As explained, it is very difficult to detect the differences between a true or counterfeit copy by looking at the outside of the cartridge. You have to look at the circuit board inside, which of course is not always published during online sales announcements. In this case, it is possible to attest that the soldering points are not perfect, which indicates a handmade product and not by the duplicating machines of Nintendo. There are many copies that caution against misuse of the trademark and instead of writing Nintendo, say "I don't understand."