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- 1.1 Super Smash Bros.
- 1.2 Super Smash Bros. Melee
- 1.3 Super Smash Bros. Brawl
- 1.4 Super Smash Bros. Wii U
- 1.5 Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
- Daisey Kong
- Captain Parrot
- Prince Plum
- Ice Climbers (Momo & Zaza)
- Dr. Marie
- Young Linka
- Ms. Game & Watch
- Mayori Knight
- Zero Suit Sammy
- Pokemon Trainer Reyla & Lou
- Dixi Kong
- Queen Dedede
- Olinia & Ally
- Toon Linka
- Wii Fit Trainer
- Little Macy
- Mii Fighters (In different genderbends)
- Dark Pat
- Bowsetta Jr.
- Duck Hunt
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The Nintendo Switch Lite turned out to be too small, as it kept getting misplaced or lost in food aisles and other aisles. You would have to mail it back to 14 Orange Street, Redmond WA, 10101, or you would get swatted.
Brico-Meiser is the CEO of all 3 Nintendo companies: NoJ, NoE, and NoA. He is also the mascot of Brico. "History" Brico-Meiser started out as the mascot of Brico. He later became the CEO of all 3 Nintendo companies because of his cement.￼
=== Re-continuation == When Brico-Meiser stepped in as CEO for Nintendo of Japan, Nintendo of Europe, and Nintendo of America, he realised Wii U sales were too low (which is understandable because marketing was bad, but still deserves more sales which is why he's doing this), and Nintendo Switch sales are too high (which is understandable since Nintendo Switch has a lot of great games, but it doesn't deserve to be that high because it has no batter life and bad joy-cons). With the sales of the Wii U and Nintendo Switch the opposite of what they should be, the Wii U is re-continued.ref>
This month's featured article is History of Nintendo as suggested by Mahdi81. Don't forget to to suggest A class articles on the Nomination page if you want them to be featured for a month.
This article is a little bit different from those we usually choose. It is not about a character, game or person who was involved with Nintendo. It's the article our community uses to try to form a comprehensive timeline of notable events in Nintendo's history. The article is huge and cover everything since 1889. Yours truly has even worked on the post 2010 years since I arrived in this community. The 1889 - 2010 were already made way before my arrival and are almost as old as the wiki itself. The article was actually not updated that often when I arrive…
A year ago, I posted this: User blog:Predictthefuture/2020 is not what I expected at all.......
Now its time to see if this was correct! Note that I will still count if if the game actually came out but released in a different month.
June- I did not see that coming.....I thought we would get a Direct in June. Instead, it was just plain silence from Nintendo.
July- We got Paper Mario: The Origami King this month, but I predicted Bravely Default II and Super Mario 3D World, which both happen to be releasing next month.....very weird.
August- I predicted Pikmin 3 and WarioWare. WarioWare didn't happen, but Pikmin 3 was announced in August! It released in October tho, so it doesn't really count.
September- My second accurate prediction, this time its …