The sky is blue, the pope is Catholic, and Mario Sunshine sells out in Japan

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    It's quite possible people bought a cube to play the game, and then they're going to dump it and just buy another one when Zelda shows up

    Then again, I also wonder how many copies they made
     
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    I think the "Shine Get" thing was just another example of Japanese English. I hope they leave it for the American game, since I find the phrase kind of funny.

    I think Nintendo is probably releasing all these games (Zelda, Mario, Metroid) close to eachother to prevent what happened with the N64 (what Jeff said about people buying a console and then selling it then buying it again). Maybe people will buy a good game, see another one coming out in a month or so, and then keep their console.

    Nonetheless, the game sold out, and as long as it keeps selling good, then I guess that's a good sign.
     
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    Aaron I hope that little picture wasn't directed towards me and was just for comedic purposes.
     
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    Mooninites! Anywho, gonna go pre-order a copy at EB, thanks for reminding me.
     

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