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PLUMBER’S MATE

The fastest completion of Super Mario World is 10min 54sec by Scott Kessler on 9 July 2004.

 Super Mario Bros

FIRST MOVIE BASED ON A VIDEO GAME

The first movie to be based on a video game is Super Mario Bros starring Bob Hoskins as Mario and John Leguizamo as Luigi.

 Super Mario Kart DS

HIGHEST-SELLING HANDHELD RACING GAME

Sales of 7.83 million units make Super Mario Kart DS the highest-selling racing game on any handheld.

 Super Mario Bros

BEST-SELLING VIDEO GAME

Super Mario Bros on the NES is the best-selling video game of all-time with more than 40 million copies sold worldwide.

 Zelda: Ocarina of Time

HIGH INTEREST RATES

Zelda: Ocarina of Time is the highest rated game of all time at 97.7% according to website gamerankings.com.

 Zelda: Phantom Hourglass

RUN LINK RUN

The Legend of Zelda is the longest running action adventure series of all time. The first game was releases in 1986 on the NES. The most recent is Phantom Hourglass released on the DS in 2007.

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SAMUS IT EVER WAS

Samus Aran and Metroid have also appeared, or been referenced in 18 other Nintendo games including Super Smash Bros.

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FASTEST COMPLETION OF METROID

The world record for the fastest completion of Metroid on the NES is 17 mins 22 secs by Christopher Knight on 31st October 2005.

 Metroid

THE 64 BIT QUESTION

Metroid was the only leading Nintendo series not to appear on the N64.

 Pokemon

FIRST GAME THEME PARK

Pokemon was the first gaming series to get its own theme park.

 Pokemon Diamond/Pearl

BEST-SELLING NINTENDO DS RPG

The best-selling RPG on the Nintendo DS is Pokemon Diamond/Pearl with combined sales of 12.1 million units.

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100 YEARS OF NINTENDO

Nintendo was originally created to manufacture playing cards way back in 1889.