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11.03.10
Nintendo World Store 'reopens' Nov. 7 with a Mario celebration
11.03.10

Nintendo World Store 'reopens' Nov. 7 with a Mario celebration

The Nintendo World Store in New York City is open once again after a couple of weeks of remodeling....

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10.22.10
Developers celebrate Super Mario Bros.' 25th anniversary
10.22.10

Developers celebrate Super Mario Bros.' 25th anniversary

In case the red consoles didn't sufficiently alert you, 2010 is the 25th anniversary of the release...

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10.08.10
Bruvva, a Mario-themed Threadless shirt you should vote on
10.08.10

Bruvva, a Mario-themed Threadless shirt you should vote on

Jeremy Harnell isn't just a cool dude who reads a semi-cool site, he also came up with this nifty Th...

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10.07.10
Iwata Asks about development of the NES
10.07.10

Iwata Asks about development of the NES

Indulging his inquiry habit, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata spoke with Masayuki Uemura, advisor to...

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10.07.10
Red Wii with special Super Mario Bros. coming to Japan
10.07.10

Red Wii with special Super Mario Bros. coming to Japan

After announcing the Super Mario Collection and special-edition DSi and DSi XL systems, Nintendo has...

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09.29.10
Nintendo reveals Super Mario 25th Anniversary DSi XL [update: now pictured!]
09.29.10

Nintendo reveals Super Mario 25th Anniversary DSi XL [update: now pictured!]

At it' press conference in Japan this afternoon (well, in Japan it's the afternoon), Nintendo annou...

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09.28.10
Mario-themed tifo display heats up Chicago Fire soccer game
09.28.10

Mario-themed tifo display heats up Chicago Fire soccer game

Last Saturday, the Chicago Fire played a fairly disheartening game against the Seattle Sounders at...

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09.24.10
Miyamoto explains why it's 'easy' to make a Mario game
09.24.10

Miyamoto explains why it's 'easy' to make a Mario game

As part of Nintendo's ongoing celebration of Mario's 25th anniversary, the latest edition of Iwata...

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08.05.10
Super Mario Bros. played with eye movements
08.05.10

Super Mario Bros. played with eye movements

Waterloo Labs, a collective of insane National Instruments employees, developed an electrode system...

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