John Friscia

Some younger readers might have a hard time imagining it, but yes, there was an epoch of human history where the internet didn’t exist, at least not in a widespread capacity. Nintendo created Super Mario Bros. and its Japanese sequel (later released as part of Super Mario All-Stars on SNES as Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels) for Famicom during that dark era, so they of course never received an official website. But now that’s changed. Nintendo Japan has created official websites for Super Mario Bros. and The Lost Levels, depicting the games’ visuals and details from their instruction booklets in […]

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