• EntertainmentYahoo Movies UK

    Super Mario Bros. star Anya Taylor-Joy wants a Zelda crossover movie

    The Legend of Zelda made it to the small screen once before — as an animated series in 1989 — but it hasn’t been adapted since.

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    Best gifts for gamers, from the new Nintendo Switch to inexpensive headphones

    If you’re looking for the perfect gift for the joystick jockey in your life we’ve got you covered.

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    Black Friday 2022: Nintendo Switch OLED UK deals

    Nintendo has given its flagship console its biggest upgrade yet with the release of the Nintendo Switch OLED Model.

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    Power up: New details of Universal Studio Japan's Super Nintendo World announced

    It opens in Universal Studios Japan this summer.

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    Gaming fans are already in love with the latest Super Mario-themed Airbnb

    If you’re into Super Mario, this might just be your idea of the perfect place to stay. The wacky Airbnb apartment doesn’t just feature Super Mario-themed decor, but even includes six Gameboys, a Nintendo Wii, a Nintendo 3DS and hundreds of games to keep guests entertained. Video game programmer Andre Farinha, 32, spent thousands of euros transforming the two-bedroomed flat in Lisbon, Portugal, into a gamer’s paradise and has already been bombarded with requests from around the world since he l

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    Eight-Year-Old Girl Learns The C-Word Playing Nintendo, Claims Furious Dad

    An angry dad claims a Nintendo game has taught his eight-year-old daughter the word ‘c***’. Steve Jones has thrown out the £50 ‘Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games’ disk  because he claims his daughter Grace copied one of the characters repeatedly making a grunting sound. Mr Jones then had to tell Grace and his sons Alfie, six, Jack, 11, about not repeating it.

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    Pokemon Go Fan Says He’s The First To Catch ‘Em All

    One man claims to have reached a milestone in the wildly popular Pokemon Go game by being the first person to catch every single one of the virtual critters. Nick Johnson from Brooklyn managed to fill his Pokedex with 142 Pokemon by walking a staggering 153.2km (95.1 miles) and capturing a grand total of 4,269 Pokémon and hatching 303 eggs. The augmented reality app sends players out into the world to capture or hatch virtual Pokemon in real-world locations.

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