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Courtesy Everett Collection The Canadian actor starred as Luigi on the series opposite Capt...Danny Wells , who played Luigi on the TV adaptation of the wildly popular Nintendo video game franchise Super Mario Bros. , died Nov. 28 in Toronto. He was
Luigi Mario' actor, voiceover talent Danny Wells passes away December 4, 2013 4:46pm Super Mario fans who grew up in the 80's reading Nintendo Power and watching Nintendo-licensed shows mourn the loss of icon Danny Wells, who passed away last
Xbox One under my television set, but I spent the weekend with the Nintendo Wii U instead...Nintendo The famous plumber of Super Mario 3D World, on Wii U...A year into its existence, this follow-up to the Wii is flirting with a reputation as the game
kicked things off a few days ago by selling 1 million PlayStation 4 devices in the first 24 hours after launch. Friday, when the Xbox One hits store shelves around the world. Wii U hasn't managed to break 4 million sales since launching a year ago.
Everyone knows the story of Mario and Luigi, two innocent plumbing brothers who rescue a princess from a monstrous villain by eating mushrooms to beef up and finding flowers that let them shoot flames from their hands...Which is precisely what writer
Nintendo has officially ended the production of the Wii console in the only place where they are produced: Japan. A statement on Nintendo Japan's website translates to production ended. When the Wii was launched in late 2006, the gaming community
For No Reason Other Than It Can from the 28-years-later dept I'll never forget the Christmas party my grade school threw when I attended it...No, I'll always remember it because I won a brand new in-the-box Nintendo Entertainment System in the raffle.
16 October 2013 6 View comments Computer games might be more realistic than ever before with budgets and special effects compatible to blockbuster movies, but children and teenagers of the 80s and 90s still have a soft spot for the Super Mario Bros.
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That's part of why it's so ironic that the New York Times incorrectly reported on two of the most important video game characters that he helped create. In the Times' obituary of Yamauchi, the newspaper wrote that the iconic Nintendo characters Mario