This past weekend, #FakeNintendoFacts was trending on Twitter with people posting weird and funny fake facts about Nintendo games. Here are 17 facts that we wish were real.
If you speed run Super Mario 64 correctly it perfectly syncs up with The Wizard of Oz. #FakeNintendoFacts— ThatOneVideoGamer (@TOVG) July 28, 2019
In North America, Nintendo originally changed the color of the SNES buttons from colorful to purple because too many kids thought they were M&Ms and were eating them.#FakeNintendoFacts pic.twitter.com/zcDNeXhttC— sackchief (@sackchief) July 28, 2019
Metroid Prime 4 will release in my lifetime #FakeNintendoFacts— Mamodxx (@Mamodxx) July 28, 2019
#FakeNintendoFacts— Shannon70 (@ShannonWiley) July 28, 2019
In the 80's, "Donkey Kong" was the most popular safe word used during sex for 97% of Americans.
#FakeNintendoFacts Glass Joe is called as such because in the Arcade original, he was meant to explode into a million pieces when Little Mac landed the first jab. This was deemed impossible on the hardware, so they made him the second most fragile thing in existence: a Frenchman.— E3kHatena (@E3kHatena) July 29, 2019