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The website Fangamer is putting up an auction for it on December 1. All proceeds go to James Hensiek, a big Earthbound fan who was recently diagnosed with cancer.
Fun fact: Nintendo honcho Satoru Iwata was one of the main programmers on Mother 2 (aka Earthbound) for the SNES. Iwata uploaded this photo on Twitter overnight of a badass Mother 2 sukajan.
Kotaku reader Riccardo whipped up this HD version of Mother‘s opening credits. It, like the game itself, is fantastic. If anything should get you excited about an HD Nintendo gaming system, it’s this.
Iwata Asks is one of the few, rare insights we have into the working processes of Nintendo as a company, and I’ve always found it fascinating. No company is more closed up about its games, but Iwata Asks is like a complete anomaly — often it’s painfully open about the successes and failures of Nintendo as a company. The most recent Iwata Asks may be the most fascinating of all — a discussion about how being ‘desperate’ is important to good game design. And Miyamoto asks himself, is he a good boss?