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Nintendo of Canada shares special image for Canada Day

The return of the red logo...for one day!



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Anonymous
01 Jul 2013 23:14

That's pretty cool.
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01 Jul 2013 23:39

Wish they would have gone with more than just 3DS/Wii U, though.
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02 Jul 2013 00:11

@Lakster37
Well, there are Wii Remotes and Nunchuks, which could also represent the Wii (along with the Wii U). The dual-screen logo and O/Circle logo also represented DS and Wii in their day. So you could pretend it's Wii U/3DS/Wii/DS.

Happy Canada Day to all my GN Canadian friends!
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02 Jul 2013 00:12

Aww, how nice. Happy Canada Day Y'all!
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02 Jul 2013 01:02

happy Canada day everyone!
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02 Jul 2013 01:08

I'm surprised they didn't use the Wii Mini, since it was a Canadian-exclusive console.
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02 Jul 2013 02:29

How nice to be a Canadian! . . . .
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02 Jul 2013 02:36

I honestly read this as "Nintendo of Canada shares special image for CANADA DRY" like the drink.

Then when I looked at the pic, I thought it had Xbox 360 controllers.
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02 Jul 2013 03:21

MoldyClay wrote:Then when I looked at the pic, I thought it had Xbox 360 controllers.


Ha, yeah I had to double take the Pro Controller to make sure it wasn't a 360 controller too.
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02 Jul 2013 04:33

What exactly is Canada day celebrating? I'm not trying to be rude, but is it like fourth of July in America? Or Guy Fawkes day in England or Bastille day in France? I'm honestly curious. In America, at least the part I call home, July 4th is apparently an excuse for socially backwards people to set off fireworks for roughly one month prior and maybe six months after the date... even at all hours of the morning and night. So this is why I'm up at this hour...
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02 Jul 2013 06:45

drew wrote:What exactly is Canada day celebrating? I'm not trying to be rude, but is it like fourth of July in America? Or Guy Fawkes day in England or Bastille day in France? I'm honestly curious. In America, at least the part I call home, July 4th is apparently an excuse for socially backwards people to set off fireworks for roughly one month prior and maybe six months after the date... even at all hours of the morning and night. So this is why I'm up at this hour...


It was the day we became an official country on July 1st, 1867

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