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Nintendo's History In Hardware In Living Color

Posted on Friday, November 30 @ 16:45:00 Eastern by

Whether you want to admit it or not, Nintendo's been around the block a few times. The NES and SNES (along with some hardware from Sega) helped to revitalize the dying video game industry and the Game Boy practically invented the handheld market as it is today. It's funny to think that after all this time the house that Mario built is still cranking these products out.

And for all the naysayers and anti-Nintendo trolls out there, the Gamecube was f***ing awesome, so back off!
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