Super Mario Bros.' 25th: Miyamoto Reveals All

It's the NES's silver anniversary this month, yes, but it also happens to be the 25th birthday of Super Mario Bros., the game that arguably did more than any other NES title to ensure that Nintendo's fledgling system would be a runaway success.

Shigeru Miyamoto, designer of SMB and a couple dozen other Nintendo titles you might be familiar with, sat down with Famitsu magazine in this week's issue to share some behind-the-scenes development tales from the NES's flagship title. Some of the highlights:

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eagle212826d ago

New facts I never knew! Thanks... :)

CountDracula2825d ago (Edited 2825d ago )

They should interview him about all the gey sechs he had with an italian plumber, who inspired the character Mario we all know and love today.

Orionsangel2825d ago

Miyamoto - I made a deal with the Devil.