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With 'Mario Maker,' Nintendo relinquishes control

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By DERRIK J. LANG

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I see Nintendo is sticking with it's inability to be creative and original.

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I have just picked this up from the post office.....my young lad who wants to be a 'games developer' will be rushing home from school tonight to play this.....or 'create' with this....but can you imagine if it was 3D !! ( That's a different story...why so many games still 2D !!?? )

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Going to buy it after work, so the kids can play it.

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@smithinjapan yeah, because essentially having unlimited unique Mario levels to play is a bad thing.

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