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Historical Event | Shoshinkai 1995 Super Mario 64 Demo Unveil

Historical Event: Shoshinkai 1995


On November 5, 2015, Game Zero magazine's YouTube channel uploaded a video entitled "Shoshinkai 1995, Nintendo 64 and Super Mario 64 Demonstrations". This video — shown to the internet nearly two decades after being filmed — showcases Nintendo's unveiling of Super Mario 64 at the 7th Annual Shoshinkai Software Exhibition. According to Game Zero, the demo was marked at a "50% completion".

Shoshinkai 1995, Nintendo 64 and Super Mario 64 Demonstrations


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