In an effort to boost awareness of Mario's latest adventure in the UK, Nintendo have set up a promotion where a gigantic 150ft image is beamed onto the face of Battersea Power Station, a well known building in London.
Mario Galaxy building ad.
David Yarnton of Nintendo UK commented:
"Mario-mania is huge and yesterday we proved it by beaming a giant image onto one of London's iconic landmarks. We expect the release of Super Mario Galaxy to help break the 200 million franchise barrier".
Wii demand is fervent across the UK, where it's increasingly hard to find the console in stock at retail. Super Mario Galaxy releases tomorrow, November 16th.
Only 7% of Wii U eShop Users are Female
Nintendo focused on making games appealing for women
Resident Evil Revelations 2 is Skipping Nintendo Systems
More third party woes
Is a Last Story Sequel Coming?
Sakaguchi teases possible sequel
Splatoon Was Nearly a Mario Game
Nintendo devs had heated debates
Xenoblade Chronicles Confirmed for New 3DS
Only confirmed for release in Japan so far
Nintendo Reveals Redesigned 3DS and 3DS XL
Redesigned systems have a plethora of improvements
Xenoblade's Shulk Officially Confirmed in Super Smash Bros.
It seems that leak was real
Fish now plays... Street Fighter II
PLACE BETS... NOW!
Super Smash Bros. Leaker Discovered
Leaker was an employee of Nintendo of America
Mario Kart 8 DLC adds Link, Animal Crossing and More
Some awesome roster additions
Wii's World is not officially affiliated with Nintendo! (but they wish we were).