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So Dance Central Is *the* Kinect Game (Even in Japan)

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So Dance Central Is *the* Kinect Game (Even in Japan)

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So Dance Central Is *the* Kinect Game (Even in Japan)

When Nintendo Is Your Penpal Remember life before email? Like when people wrote letters? On paper? Kotaku reader Matthew does. Because during the early 1990s, he was a little kid writing them to Nintendo.



So Dance Central Is *the* Kinect Game (Even in Japan)

Can Anyone Replace Hello Kitty? In 1975, a coin purse featuring an expressionless cat with its head turned sideways and sitting next to a fish bowl went on sale in Japan. The company was Sanrio. The designer was Yuko Yamaguchi. The cat became known as "Kitty-chan", and outside Japan as Hello Kitty. Decades later, is the cat still cute?



So Dance Central Is *the* Kinect Game (Even in Japan)

Let's Watch Old Japanese Nintendo Commercials July 15, 1983. If that's your birthday, happy birthday! If it's not, that's cool. It's still a very special date in history. Because it's the day the Nintendo Famicom first went on sale in Japan.



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