Super Mario – Still Loved

Posted on January 27, 2014 at 12:28 pm

Many people have got to know Mario as a person, perhaps even a friend and he’s been a big character in the entertainment industry since the early 1990s, well that’s at least when he became prominent. Mario games are strictly still for Nintendo consoles only, and rightly so, why should they give up the character they design to other game makers.

Mario games can really bring the family together, they’re suitable for all ages, and they’re definitely addictive in terms of gaming. Mario tends to stick to traditions and even today it remains a relatively straightforward game (in terms of game play) but it can get challenging, and you do need to acquire the skills to move on through Mario levels.

Super Mario is still loved, and we hope the affection continues for many years to come. So far Super Mario is alive and well with new releases, and they’re certainly fantastic games to play, if not better than those played on older game consoles.

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Why the Wii U can still be Successful

Posted on January 23, 2014 at 12:16 pm

The Nintendo Wii U may not be leading the line along with the likes of Playstation and Xbox, however, it can still be successful. The range of games Nintendo can offer will always see some kind of demand, and though it may not be an audience that’s extremely large in size, it’s still an audience none the less.

What Sony or Microsoft deems as successful may not be exactly what the Wii deems successful, and though sales are not the best for the Wii U right now, there are going to more releases, and more games means more sales, that’s a fact.

Once the sound quietens over Sony and Xbox we feel Nintendo will begin to gather some pace, because many people can grow bored of the new gaming systems quickly and that’s when things can look brighter for the Wii.

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