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As reported by VGC reader Julio Rodrigo, the @ SuperMario35th account was registered earlier this year and has a recovery e-mail that can use the Nintendo.co.jp domain.
However, it’s worth noting that the account’s March registration date coincides with the publication of VGC’s Mario Remasters report, and since the related email has mostly been redacted, it’s not certain that this is the Japanese domain of Nintendo.
Update: It is noted that the Japanese Smash Bros. and Splatoon Twitter accounts are registered to the very same e-mail address as the Supermirio 35th account (however, they cannot be identical because Twitter does not allow duplicate accounts):
Earlier this year, VGC reported that Nintendo was planning to celebrate Super Mario Bros. ’35th anniversary with many major releases, new and old.
Sources indicated that as part of its anniversary celebration, Nintendo will unveil plans to re-release Super Mario’s 35-year back catalog this year, which has been remade for the Nintendo Switch, Including 1996 Super Mario 64, 2002 Super Mario Sunshine and 2007 Super Mario Galaxy. .
Nintendo planned to release other Mario titles in 2020, we’re told, including a deluxe version of 2013’s Super Mario 3D World and a new installment in the Paper Mario series (later officially revealed as The Origami King I).
Nintendo has already unveiled two major licensing deals that are planning to celebrate the anniversary: a special interactive Lego Mario set and a series of Uniqlo clothing, all of which are specifically branded for Super Mario Bros. ’35Th Anniversary.
Nintendo last celebrated a milestone Mario’s anniversary with the series ’30’Th Anniversary in the year 2015.
The company graced the occasion with various events and merchandise including two special edition 8-bit Mario Amoebos. The ceremony ended that year with the release of Super Mario Maker for the Wii U in September 2015 “href =” https://www.videogameschronicle.com/platforms/n works / wiiu / “> Wii U.
Nintendo’s marketing plans have been disrupted this year by the epidemic. The company has not improved its traditional June Nintendo Direct “href =” https://www.videogameschronicle.com/events/e3/e3-2019/n?hl=en, “> Nintendo Direct and currently, it only The game was publicly announced for the rest of the year.
According to the claims of an eminent insider, Nintendo can hold its first fully direct stream in this month in about a year.