It looks like Mario Kart fans visiting Super Nintendo World in Japan will be able to grab some awesome new merch from its gift shop!
Last year, the ongoing feud between Nintendo and MARI Mobility (which operated a road karting business resembling Mario Kart) capped off with Nintendo emerging victorious. MARI Mobility was originally to pay Nintendo around 10 million yen (around $96k) in damages, but it looks like its penalty has now increased five-fold!
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Apparel retailer Uniqlo and Nintendo have teamed up to release a new line of Uniqlo T-shirts for kids in Japan.
Want some new Mario Kart duds for your weekends? Well, you might have to visit Japan to grab some in the future!
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Mario Kart is getting some new treads.
Previously, we reported that Nintendo finally won its lawsuit against MARI Mobility Development Co., Ltd – which was infringing on Nintendo’s Mario Kart IP in order to advertise its own go-kart business. Now, it looks like penalties are in order – and the price just got steeper than ever.