new_super_mario_bros_2_coin_block_headNintendo Australia has revealed that players who’ve collected a million or more coins in New Super Mario Bros. 2 are eligible to receive a gift. To get a limited edition New Super Mario Bros. 2 certificate, and if you reside in Australia and have collected at least a million coins in the platformer, take a picture of yourself and your Nintendo 3DS, displaying your one million coin tally. After that, e-mail your photo to Nintendo, via the publisher’s website, by March 31st.



  1. Japs stole white tech atari/odessey white invented vedio games/cartridge, atari/odessey had 1st lightgun ,dlc,3d game,robot like rob,lestick,voice in game. And more theif japs

    Xbox fail in japan cuz chinks r racist yet luv our money anime was stolen from whites . Astroboy creator who is father of anime admitted he was inspired /stolen smh race traitor weeboos


    • Yup jap and weeaboos . White join stormfront
      . Also sign petition on stormfront to stop white genocide protip mãke tons of fake accounts especially female accounts so we cañ recruit other whites wholl think we háve a huge following


    • The Xbox fails in Japan because the Xbox barely has anything in Japan. Japanese developers didn’t find interest in their products going there. Plus, the Japanese first parties offer more in Japan, than Microsoft does.
      You’re also a big baby.


  2. oh yes! i wantz lust man neutron and bill to shake their tush like sly cooper. sooo hawt. american too! we can goto hip party and meet some niiiice sy ooper guys and ruba swwet applesauce on each other. not like my skater boii friends but i love you guys you so nice and u love sly too.


    • What about me? I am, of course, carrying the fucking sexy Iwata’s child, I know everything about Nintendo from what he says in bed as he plunges his cock into me!

      -THE REAL Bill-


    • Agreed.
      Or better yet, get a hacker in here who can pull off tracing an IP.
      Trolls are absolute cowards when their anonymity is stripped and their personal info is in danger of being leaked.
      Trolls have been beaten into submission IRL after incidents like that, and honestly, it’d do some of them good to have some common sense and humility beaten into them, since it seems that’s the only way it will work for a lot of them.


        • Yeah, well, something like that being illegal only hinders those who would put it to use it for good purposes.
          On the flip side, some trolls who are also hackers, won’t hesitate once about doing something illegal if it results in them getting the reaction they want.
          As much as I hate the idea of someone lowering themselves to such things as hacking, sometimes the only way to fight a dirty fighter is to fight back with their own tactics.
          Like I said, trolls are Cowards; just the implied threat along with a tid-bit or two to let them know the hacker COULD go further is enough to send most of them back under their bridges with their tails between their legs.


    • Definitely. The comment sections would have less trolls and this blog/website would get a better reputation, plus there also won’t be as many pointless posts saying harsh and negative things about anything Nintendo related. Why aren’t there mods to moderate the comments section anyway? I think there would be some people out there who wouldn’t mind deleting comments and banning trolls.


      • There’s a difference between moderating out racism/sexism/generally offensive content and applying strict censorship. It’s a fine line that’s crossed far too often in my opinion. I don’t know about you, but I personally wouldn’t want a site in which people were restricted from posting anything negative, constructive criticism or positive comments about competitors and third-parties.

        @Eric Sellers – hopefully IPs are stored when a user makes a comment, which, if people aren’t using onion routing, or easier to trace, though still somewhat secure, services such as VPNs and proxy servers, then they could potentially be violating hate crime laws by posting racially hateful messages. It’s happened in the UK before.


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