Mario Kart 8 advertisements spotted before the start of Godzilla theater showings.
Beautiful, they should keep doing this marketing for Super Smash Bros, X, Bayonetta 2, or actually just all their games
The timing is just too perfect. I really hope all of this pays off immensely in the end.
Wow, a box office advertisement? That's pretty damned good compared to recently! All that's left now is main-stream news networks reporting on the game's release and prime-time cable/satellite channels airing their commercials in the middle of big-hit shows like Game of Thrones, and Nintendo will have covered practically all of their advertisement bases!
Game of Thrones is on HBO so it doesn't have commercials. Sorry I just had to point that out.
Bummer. They didn't show it when I saw the movie last week.
I'll hear mario kart 8 roar when nintendo goes out of business and mario no longer has enough money to put gas into his go-kart.
"I'll hear mario kart 8 roar when... wait a minute... No I won't. I hate Nintendo." Fixed that for ya... again. ;)
Nintendo isn't going out of business anytime soon. Even with the WiiU's failing, they still have plenty of gas left in the tank. Also, you might want to calm down your trolling rampage. At the rate you're going, you're going to loose bubbles.
You might want to stop sweating me. At the rate you're going, im thinking of getting a restraining order on you.
There not failing they are making a profit off of every system sold. Profit equals success.
That was the worst N4G comment ever. Of all time.
Nintendo loves to advertise at the movies for some reason. Last time I went to a movie about a moth or so ago, there was an ad for the new Yoshi 3DS game. Maybe it's cheap advertising, and hitting the right target demographics. Strange how its exciting to see an ad. I guess being a gamer maybe you get more excited about it than the average moviegoer LOL
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