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If my memory serves correctly, Nintendojo was the very first website I visited when I first gained access to the internet. The year was 1996, I was 17, and at the time I was hungry for any information on Nintendo's new system, Nintendo 64. I played a Super Mario 64 demo which had a profound impact on me. The experience was like living in a 2-D world and realizing there is another dimension. Like stepping into COLOR when all your life was in black and white. Ok, I am exaggerating but you get the picture - the capabilities of that system and the realization of 3D gaming were a big deal to me. Mario 64 is still my fave game of all time...I digress. The internet meant I no longer had to rely on the Next Generation magazine, newspapers, or Tickle me Elmo vs Nintendo 64 specials on Good Morning America for my nuggets of info. Day one of getting the internet, I must have typed in 'Nintendo' via Netscape Navigator (remember that?) and ended up here. That's how much I love Nintendo. Over the next few years, I became good cyber friends with Dexter Sy, one of the first writers here. Hope he is doing well. I think Justin Nation was here at some point as well. Anyway, if anybody is reading this. I'd like to make a toast.

"May Nintendo thrive and produce 10 more consoles before it goes back to making trading cards."

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If my memory serves correctly, Nintendojo was the very first website I visited when I first gained access to the internet. The year was 1996, I was 17, and at the time I was hungry for any information on Nintendo's new system, Nintendo 64. I played a Super Mario 64 demo which had a profound impact on me. The experience was like living in a 2-D world and realizing there is another dimension. Like stepping into COLOR when all your life was in black and white. Ok, I am exaggerating but you get the picture - the capabilities of that system and the realization of 3D gaming were a big deal to me. Mario 64 is still my fave game of all time...I digress. The internet meant I no longer had to rely on the Next Generation magazine, newspapers, or Tickle me Elmo vs Nintendo 64 specials on Good Morning America for my nuggets of info. Day one of getting the internet, I must have typed in 'Nintendo' via Netscape Navigator (remember that?) and ended up here. That's how much I love Nintendo. Over the next few years, I became good cyber friends with Dexter Sy, one of the first writers here. Hope he is doing well. I think Justin Nation was here at some point as well. Anyway, if anybody is reading this. I'd like to make a toast.

"May Nintendo thrive and produce 10 more consoles before it goes back to making trading cards."

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If my memory serves correctly, Nintendojo was the very first website I visited when I first gained access to the internet. The year was 1996, I was 17, and at the time I was hungry for any information on Nintendo's new system, Nintendo 64. I played a Super Mario 64 demo which had a profound impact on me. The experience was like living in a 2-D world and realizing there is another dimension. Like stepping into COLOR when all your life was in black and white. Ok, I am exaggerating but you get the picture - the capabilities of that system and the realization of 3D gaming were a big deal to me. Mario 64 is still my fave game of all time...I digress. The internet meant I no longer had to rely on the Next Generation magazine, newspapers, or Tickle me Elmo vs Nintendo 64 specials on Good Morning America for my nuggets of info. Day one of getting the internet, I must have typed in 'Nintendo' via Netscape Navigator (remember that?) and ended up here. That's how much I love Nintendo. Over the next few years, I became good cyber friends with Dexter Sy, one of the first writers here. Hope he is doing well. I think Justin Nation was here at some point as well. Anyway, if anybody is reading this. I'd like to make a toast.

"May Nintendo thrive and produce 10 more consoles before it goes back to making trading cards."

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If my memory serves correctly, Nintendojo was the very first website I visited when I first gained access to the internet. The year was 1996, I was 17, and at the time I was hungry for any information on Nintendo's new system, Nintendo 64. I played a Super Mario 64 demo which had a profound impact on me. The experience was like living in a 2-D world and realizing there is another dimension. Like stepping into COLOR when all your life was in black and white. Ok, I am exaggerating but you get the picture - the capabilities of that system and the realization of 3D gaming were a big deal to me. Mario 64 is still my fave game of all time...I digress. The internet meant I no longer had to rely on the Next Generation magazine, newspapers, or Tickle me Elmo vs Nintendo 64 specials on Good Morning America for my nuggets of info. Day one of getting the internet, I must have typed in 'Nintendo' via Netscape Navigator (remember that?) and ended up here. That's how much I love Nintendo. Over the next few years, I became good cyber friends with Dexter Sy, one of the first writers here. Hope he is doing well. I think Justin Nation was here at some point as well. Anyway, if anybody is reading this. I'd like to make a toast.

"May Nintendo thrive and produce 10 more consoles before it goes back to making trading cards."

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(Member since 04/08/2013)
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If my memory serves correctly, Nintendojo was the very first website I visited when I first gained access to the internet. The year was 1996, I was 17, and at the time I was hungry for any information on Nintendo's new system, Nintendo 64. I played a Super Mario 64 demo which had a profound impact on me. The experience was like living in a 2-D world and realizing there is another dimension. Like stepping into COLOR when all your life was in black and white. Ok, I am exaggerating but you get the picture - the capabilities of that system and the realization of 3D gaming were a big deal to me. Mario 64 is still my fave game of all time...I digress. The internet meant I no longer had to rely on the Next Generation magazine, newspapers, or Tickle me Elmo vs Nintendo 64 specials on Good Morning America for my nuggets of info. Day one of getting the internet, I must have typed in 'Nintendo' via Netscape Navigator (remember that?) and ended up here. That's how much I love Nintendo. Over the next few years, I became good cyber friends with Dexter Sy, one of the first writers here. Hope he is doing well. I think Justin Nation was here at some point as well. Anyway, if anybody is reading this. I'd like to make a toast.

"May Nintendo thrive and produce 10 more consoles before it goes back to making trading cards."

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