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- The oldest-known Board Game to ever be discovered, is believed to be over 5,500 years old?
- That early copies of Pokémon HeartGold Version and Pokémon SoulSilver Version, that were due to be sold in the Netherlands, Luxembourg and parts of Belgium, were found to have a saving glitch; and patched versions of these games were only released a week after the game hit the rest of Europe?
- That Mario Party 2 reused a number of mini-games from the original Mario Party, although many were redesigned?
- That the game Pokémon Stadium as released worldwide is actually the second Pokémon Stadium game, and was preceded by a much more basic version of the game that was only released in Japan?
- The PokéWalker can be considered a modern remake of the 90's toy Pokémon Pikachu 2 GS (known outside the US as Pokémon Pikachu Color)?
- 26 Gold-coloured game cartridges were given out by Nintendo as part of the 1990 Nintendo World Championships, but only 12 are known to still exist?
- That you can play as Luigi in New Super Mario Bros.?
- That Howard Lincoln, president of Nintendo of America, was reported to have disliked Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels because "it did little to innovate the franchise"?
- That although Pong is considered by many to be the world's first commercially-released videogame, this honour is actually held by Computer Space, which was released commercially 12 months before?
- That Super ZZT, the sequel to ZZT, was largely unpopular compared to its predecessor, and has even been described as a "poor man's" game?
- That Kula World, A PlayStation Game released in 1998, was the first game to use the Vibration Feature of the original Dual-Shock PlayStation Controllers?