Another year has gone by, and while it hasn’t been the best year for Nintendo, the Big N still managed to release some great first-party games on both the Nintendo 3DS and the Wii U. The gang has gathered once again to countdown their ten favourites with special guest, James Baker, one of the editors at Goomba Stomp. But before any of that, Patrick Murphy and Tim Maison set aside some time to fully review Super Mario Run, the first mobile game starring everyone’s favorite Italian plumber, which has been downloaded more than 40 million times worldwide, and counting. All this and more.
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01:00: Nintendosage: Super Mario Run review
16:00: Super Mario Bros. Theme Song
26:00: Main Event: Counting down the ten best Nintendo games of 2016 Part One
40:00: Pokemon Sun and Moon Soundtrack
41:00: Main Event: Counting down the ten best Nintendo games of 2016 Part Two
80:00: Twilight Princess Soundtrack
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