March 10 is officially MAR10 Day! Celebrated by Mario fans each year, the 10th of March is a special day to remember his impact on pop culture, thanks to how the day on the calendar resembles the beloved character’s name. Nintendo is celebrating with fans by listing some of the famous mustached hero’s achievements throughout the past year and by asking fans to participate by tweeting their favorite Mario moments using the #Mar10Day hashtag.
National Video Games day is fast approaching on Sept. 12, and what better way to celebrate than with a day of Mario! He is, after all, one of the most recognized video game characters of all time.
Nintendo has released new photos of icon Mario and kids, parents and fans Playing Puzzle & Dragons Z and Puzzle & Dragons Super Mario Bros. Edition at Nintendo World Store in New York.
Super Mario amiibo – Gold Edition available on March 20 exclusively at WalmartREDMOND, Wash.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Mario has always been golden in the minds of his fans. On March 20, Nintendo will launch the Super Mario amiibo—Gold Edition, a shiny gold-colored Mario figure that arrives on the same day as the Mario Party 10 game for the Wii U console. The Super Mario amiibo—Gold Edition will be sold exclusively at 3,000 Walmart stores in the U.S. at launch at a retail price of $12.96.
Super Mario amiibo – Gold Edition will be available on March 20 exclusively at Walmart (Photo: Business Wire)
Filmmaker John Huffnagle has released a great video of what happens when you leave your house and forget to turn off your Wii U console.
Take a look at why you should never leave your home without turning off your Wii U console video below:
Following Nintendo’s release of lowered financials and sales projections, Nintendo President Satoru Iwata insists that taking Mario to smartphones is not going to happen.
A couple of days ago, Mario walked up to an unsuspecting flight getting ready for takeoff and surprised them all with free Wii U consoles. Nintendo also announced that they are setting up Wii U demo areas in six airports across the US so that people can try out Nintendo’s newest console. Watch the video above for all the details. What do you think about this move by Nintendo?