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Super Mario by Jeff   Ryan
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Apr 26, 2012

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bookshelves: 2012-books, business, non-fiction
Read from April 20 to 26, 2012

The problem with contemporary histories is the ending. These people perhaps try to offer some speculation and I don't particularly care. So much could be pared from this book that is just irrelevant and I found that several parts were missing. We have a lot of important history but the recent history of Nintendo is severely rushed. I was very much fond of this book until the end. So don't feel bad if you start reading the book and then put it down, partially completed.

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18.0% ""It was grossly expensive and impractical to require consumers to purchase an entire console to play one game." (Unlike WiiSports or Halo fueled purchases, these consoles only played *one* game.)"
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