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Submitted by r21 708d ago | opinion piece

Extra Punctuation The Death of Mario

From the Escapist magazine:
I do love a nice inflammatory topic that inspires lots of reasonable, intelligent debate, which is what drives me to begin this column with the following question: is Mario dead? And with that said, I think I'm going to skip reading the comments on this one. (Culture, Mario, Nintendo)

zerocrossing  +   708d ago
He makes a fair point, although I still enjoy Mario games from time to time they haven't been great or original since Super Mario Galaxy.

Is it time to put the old plumber out to pasture? Probably not, but Nintendo could definitely do with spicing his games up a bit to keep him relevant.
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