Looks like someone paid $17,500 for a limited edition NES game, dated 1990:
Think $60 video games are too expensive? You won't hear any argument from us, but you might from JJ Hendricks, a collector who just paid a clinically insane $17,500 for an obscure NES game from 1990.
The game in question is an ultra-rare, gold-colored version of Nintendo World Championships, a cartridge specially produced for use in a Nintendo-sponsored gaming contest. According to Wikipedia only 26 were created, and Hendricks calls it the "Holy Grail" of video game collectors.
Do you think the buyer wasted his money? Personally, isn't a game, no matter how many copies were made, just bits of ones and zeros? Yes, we pay for them, but only to reward the developer for their efforts, right?