In depth look at the impact peripheral can have on the user’s gaming experience in the NES era.
A fun fact about this game is that it’s one of the cheapest and one of the most expensive game at the same time! Basically, the game was initially released has Stadium Events by Bandai for it’s Family Fitness Fun mat, but Nintendo rebranded the mat into the Power Pad. Stadium Events became World Class Track Meet.
The NTSC (North American) version of Stadium Events is really rare and generally sells at over 2000$. The PAL version is less rare (and a lot less valuable) and you can often find scammers on Ebay selling the PAL version trying to make a quick buck. World Class Track Meet on the other hand is not rare at all, specially since some NES bundles came with a cartridge containing Super Mario Bros, Duck Hunt and World Class Track Meet on the same cart.