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Visitors try out the Mario Kart Arcade GP DX racing game exhibited by Namco Bandai and Nintendo on the first day of the Japan Amusement Expo at Makuhari Messe in Chiba Prefecture on Friday. The expo is the one of largest amusement machines and equipments exhibition in the world.

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Mario games suck, aside from the original Atari game and Mario Bros 2 for the original Nintendo. Besides those two, it's all just EXACTLY the same thing.

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This games is what making the Japanese economics going to the rots , no future for retirement , and young people playing and not working ( I sound like an old man,,,but its true)

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I'M GONNA WRECK IT!

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Typical JT posters. A chill, laid back "Having fun" picture and two embittered comments.

Mario games are fun and have entertained 3 generations of people around the world. On another note, overwork (karoshi) kills over a hundred Japanese people every year.

Let people have some fun!

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My only complaint is, this seems to be only kind of fun you are allowed to have in Japan anymore. Well, okay, that and I am pretty tired of Mario as well.

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Super Mario Kart!! THAT IS THE BEST GAME IN THE WORLD!! Also it is cool that it takes your picture so when you finish the race you can see yourself as FIRST place, etc..my kids and I always play this (SECRET) from my J wife who does not want our family to waste $$$ on these kinds of things, but my kids love me for running away in the shopping mall to take them and play Super Mario Kart together!

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