In this week’s episode of The TouchArcade Show, we go over all the big news from this week’s surprise Nintendo Direct which is celebrating the 35th anniversary of the original Japanese release of Super Mario Bros. on the NES. Holy guacamole I am old. From there we hit on a handful of this week’s biggest news stories, but don’t worry, we also find time to shake our angry fists at routine oil changes as well as eBay buyers who don’t pay up!
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