Today, Nintendo announced a lawsuit against a Tokyo-based kart rental service called MariCar.
It took Piotr Kusielczuk 91 hours to beat Miracle Piano Teaching System, an NES game created to teach kids how to play the piano. (To pull it off, he had to teach himself how to play piano.) That was the longest. He's also spent 39 hours with the billiards game Championship Pool, 37 and a half hours with the shoot'em-up Ikari Warriors, and more than 16 hours playing Q*Bert.
Last week, I reported on Byuu, an emulator developer and game archivist who was trying to preserve every single SNES game ever made. He declared his plan "dead," however, after $US10,000 ($12,972) worth of rare games went missing in the mail. Fortunately, this story has a happy ending.
Let us all close our eyes and imagine, that as part of Breath of the Wild's marketing campaign, Nintendo had thought to make an anime trailer for some Lon Lon Milk. Now, open them and watch the clip anyway, because Channy & Kimberly were smart enough to make it for us.