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Topic: Would you consider it defective....

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the1andonlyIKY

I ended up at a GameStop last week, where they had 2 Silver Marios. I bought one of them, as I haven't seen them anywhere else. (Admittedly, I haven't really been looking). Anyway, after purchasing, I noticed that there is a decent-sized smudge near the top of Mario's hat. Well, it goes from around center to the front-right of the hat. I couldn't tell you exactly if it's something on the surface or in the paint itself. I feel it's the latter, but I have chosen to keep it packaged until consulting with you, oh members of the Nintendo Life Forum. Why? Because we have seen that this crazy world thinks defective amiibo are worth some moolah. Plus, I already have a Mario from the Smash Bros. line.

So what do you think?

I could take and upload pictures, if someone could tell me how to do it from a mobile device.

the1andonlyIKY

Eel

It sounds like a defect, just not an interesting or worthwhile one.

Edited on by Eel

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the1andonlyIKY

I guess my other question would be how rare are the silver (and gold) editions, in reality?

Y'know what I'm saying? Like, if they're relatively rare besides, then I might just leave it in the package anyway, because then there's the possibility of it gaining (some) value in time. It's not like I need to use it.
Another reason being the only exclusive feature of those versions (right now anyway) is in amiibo party in Mario Party 10. Which I don't have and don't really care about.
Now if they add other cool things...such as in Yoshi's Wooly World maybe...then I'd open it. A metallic Yarn Yoshi sounds awesome to me.

the1andonlyIKY

Eel

Well, I hear the gold one is very rare and expensive. Not sure about the silver one.

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TeeJay

Silver Mario has been fairly common. And a smudge doesn't sound like a defect people would want to pay for. Now if Mario had two of the same arm or something that's a different story.

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Rexcalibr

I do not believe it is rare at all. When I was in line during the release date, they were only allowing people to choose two per customer. Metal Mario and the Splatoon ones were one of the last few still in stock because nobody wanted them over the others that came out that day. I can still find Splatoon, Metal Mario and Pacman on shelves in my city.

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