SUPER MARIO BROS' 25TH ANNIVERSARY

Ernest Fine

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Today (September 13) is the 25th anniversary of the Japanese release of Super Mario Bros..
 

wsbm

King Bowser
Funny, I thought he was ALWAYS 25 years old...
 

Dark Light

Cherries and Berries
*us lying in the bed*Happy birthday Mario!

Happy happy happy birthday, happy birthday cake!

Happy happy birthday, pin the tail on the Donkey!

Happy happy birthday, HAPPY BIRTHDAY MARIO!!

*we come out of the house*Whoohoo! Wheee!! That was great! Another year older, haha.

Mario: It's not my BIRTHDAAAAAAYY!!! *slams door*

Get the reference? Seriously, happy birthday Mario.
 

Ernest Fine

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BabyLuigiOnFire said:
*us lying in the bed*Happy birthday Mario!

Happy happy happy birthday, happy birthday cake!

Happy happy birthday, pin the tail on the MrConcreteDonkey!

Happy happy birthday, HAPPY BIRTHDAY MARIO!!

*we come out of the house*Whoohoo! Wheee!! That was great! Another year older, haha.

Mario: It's not my BIRTHDAAAAAAYY!!! *slams door*

Get the reference? Seriously, happy birthday Mario.
1st. Fix'd
2nd. SpongeBob, Opposite Day I believe.
 

Smashgoom202

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Haven't seen this posted yet, so I will:

http://mario25.nintendo.com/

A site for the anniversary. There's only a video there, but they say to come back in a few weeks.
 

Eric B

Monty Mole
COOL MOVIE!
(The games it shows also supports my theory on the numbering of the "SMB" series: 64 = SMB5; Sunshine = SMB6, NSMB = SMB7, Galaxy 1 = SMB8, NSMBW = SMB9, and Galaxy 2 = SMB10!)

Didn't even realize today was the anniversary, and just got finished playing Galaxy 2 for the day.

Also have just gotten around to watch the original cartoon series on DVD. Never saw those, as they aired weekday afternoons when I was at work, and could never catch them afterwards. The SMB3 and World series I did see, but got those on DVD as well.
 

drseaweed

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over 25 years of Mario saving Peach, and Mario and Peach still have no kids
 

wsbm

King Bowser
That would end the series.
 

YamiHoshi

Nintendo 3DS Developer
You're a little late, it's September 14th, and don't forget the fact Mario's from Japan, not USA.

But still, happy birthday, Mario!
 

MnSG

Cosmic Beauty
drseaweed said:
over 25 years of Mario saving Peach, and Mario and Peach still have no kids
You don't necessarily have to be married to celebrate an anniversary. Of course, not all anniversaries are good.
 

Ernest Fine

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Yankees Nation said:
Raccoon Mob said:
25 Years? Dang...
Everyone who played Mario back then must be feeling old right now. :P

Is Mario the longest-lasting video game franchise BTW?
I guess it must be PacMan.
 

YamiHoshi

Nintendo 3DS Developer
I'm bumping this thread with Iwata Asks: 25th Anniversary (that's a hard word, lol).
http://us.wii.com/iwata_asks/mario25th/vol2_page1.jsp
 

Zero777

Middle Eastern Federation
I'll like to propose a toast, to Mario, who made us have great childhoods and to survive through the years as the most iconic character in the world. .....OH YEAH! For also starting... or more like creating the video game industry.
 
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