Nintendo Published Super Mario Bros. Encyclopedia

By   /   Oct 21, 2015
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It’s been around 30 years since Super Mario Bros. came out. The impact this franchise has had on the industry can’t be expressed in words. In celebration of the 30th Anniversary of Super Mario Bros. Nintendo has released an Encyclopedia.

The 225 page book covers all 17 of the main titles. Users can find developer interviews, original art, explanations of level designs, famous glitches, and much more in this amazing Encyclopedia.

The Encyclopedia is currently available in Japan but there is no news regarding its availability in other regions. In Japan, Super Mario Bros. Encyclopedia is available for ¥ 3,132. However, long time fans will surely want to import this, especially if they can understand Japanese.

Super Mario Bros. was the first game I ever played and it made me fell in love with this first of entertainment. What was the first game you ever played? Let us know in the comments below.


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