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  • Mario's unique appearance, believe it or not was unintentional.  Mario looks the way he does today due to 1981's immature graphics technology.  Miyamoto was having difficulty making Mario's hair move realistically in the game so he simply gave him a red hat.  Mario's nose wasn't showing up very well on the screen, so Miyamoto gave Mario a mustache and over-sized nose to make it more noticeable.

    The History of Mario

    Mario's unique appearance, believe it or not was unintentional.  Mario looks the way he does today due to 1981's immature graphics technology.  Miyamoto was having difficulty making Mario's hair move realistically in the game so he simply gave him a red hat.  Mario's nose wasn't showing up very well on the screen, so Miyamoto gave Mario a mustache and over-sized nose to make it more noticeable.

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  • ORIGINALLY POSTED 18 JANUARY 2011 I know both Sony and Microsoft have gone “kiddie” with their new peripherals (Move for Sony and Kinect for Microsoft), but have no fear hardcore gamers, great games are still on the horizon!

    Upcoming Titles To Keep Your Eye Out For!

    ORIGINALLY POSTED 18 JANUARY 2011 I know both Sony and Microsoft have gone “kiddie” with their new peripherals (Move for Sony and Kinect for Microsoft), but have no fear hardcore gamers, great games are still on the horizon!

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