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Service Mario MagnetThe Service Mario Magnet was the original magnet Authorized Service Centers were given to promote the program, and was later replaced by the Samus/Diddy Kong promotion. There are some of these floating around that have the phone number cut off of the bottom for one reason or another, so it’s nice that this one is still intact. (Sold: $20.50)

-This seller has a number of small lots of E3 Promo Items for the XBox, Playstation and GameCube as well as some PS2 and PSP Demo Discs.

-It’s hard to find items like this DK Jr. Activity Book from 1983 without them having writing and/or crayon marks all over the inside. (Sold: $5.95)

-An ugly Nintendo Calendar: Judging from their appearances on the cover, if their careers as heroes fall through, Samus could work as a deep sea diver and Link as a garden gnome. (Sold: $16)

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  1. Heh, my friend had that calendar when we were kids, and I was always very jealous.

    It was so cool, I bought it years later, despite no longer being functional. You don’t understand; it had TIPS inside!

  2. Heh, my friend had that calendar when we were kids, and I was always very jealous.

    It was so cool, I bought it years later at a garage sale, despite it no longer being functional. You don’t understand; it had TIPS inside!

  3. Haha, I actually like the illustration style in that calendar. It’s kind of a pseudo cartoony-plastic look mixed with pixel art looking like it was taken out of 8/16 bit and converted to the future 32 bit.

  4. love the calendar, thought it ended at $6.50 and said “its about time some of this worthless nintendo crap went for a normal price” but then I saw it still had a day left so im sure there are 10 idiots waiting to snipe and make this thing 1000% over priced.

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