On All Things Nintendo this week, Brian joined Game informant Community member Nolan Filter talks about the evolution of the Mario series. After discussing the new Christmas movie, 8-bit Christmas On HBO Max, browse all the latest news related to Nintendo. Brian and Nolan chatted about his graduate research paper on the evolution of Mario game mechanics, and what they hope to see from Nintendo’s flagship series in the future.
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The All Things Nintendo podcast is a weekly show where we can celebrate, discuss and break down all the latest games, news and announcements from the industry’s most famous names. Every week, Brian talks with different guests about what is happening in the Nintendo World. In the process, they will share personal stories, discover hidden treasures in the eShop, and even review the classics we grew up together. New episodes are broadcast every Friday!
00:01:38 – The first Nintendo game/favorite Nintendo game
00:12:20-Rebroadcast of complaints/professional travel tips
00:16:00 – 8-bit Christmas No spoiler comments
00:25:23 – Switch and Shin Megami Tensei V sales figures
00:26:47 – New Pokémon Legend: Arceus trailer and information
00:32:18 – Nintendo Indie World Conference
00:38:09-Toggle year-end player statistics
00:40:27 – The evolution of Mario mechanics
01:00:33 – What’s next for Mario?
01:13:58 – 5th anniversary of Super Mario Run
01:17:15-Final ranking: Mario boss
01:28:00 – EShop gem of the week: Sumer
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