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We might be a bit late to the party, but who can blame us? Revisiting these three classics has been beyond a trip of nostalgia, it's been a re-visited class in pure game-design, and has shown us just who and what has been responsible for so many modern games out there in the wild. Bottom line: no one does it better than Nintendo.

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So, out of the bag, you get the most revolutionary game in this writer’s opinion, of all time, and now it’s handheld (on a bigger screen, it did hit the DS eons ago). But also shiny and capable of running smoothly on a giant 4K TV (in my case a Samsung Q9 Series 65” beast), and playing with a Pro Controller. The nostalgia… it was -- and still is -- very real (see, that game got me into the game’s industry, but that’s a story for another time). Then you also have Super Mario Sunshine and Super Mario Galaxy. And between the three of them for completionists, we’re talking at least 100 hours of gaming, but really, probably more.
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