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Tuesday, December 20, 2005

Nintendo's McDonalds stunt a "letdown"


As noted in a previous post, Nintendo's Reggie Fils-Aime showed up at a McDonalds in Bellevue a few days back to play some MArio Kart DS with the fanboys fans and word is beginning to trickle out. What is basically boils down to is this, if you're a Nintendo fanboy, the event rocked because you weren't there to only play games. If you work for Microsoft and "crashed" the even to scope out the competition, it sucked. And if you came for the opportunity to let your Mario Kart DS mastery shine so bright it would blind the not-as-competent Mario Kartians who dared to glance in your direction, you were underwhelmed because there just wasn't much gaming going on anyway.



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