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"Japanese Culture in Kirby, Mario, and Zelda"
Japanese Culture in Kirby, Mario, and Zelda
Upload Date July 5, 2015
Length 8:26
Intro Farer of East
Link Japanese Culture in Kirby, Mario, and Zelda
Episode Guide
Episode 1
Series Game Exchange
Host(s) Gaijin Goombah
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Japanese Culture in Kirby, Mario, and Zelda is the 1st episode of Game Exchange on The Game Theorists.

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King Dedede's hammer, Super Mario's Whomp, Link's Triforce: They all reflect Japanese culture. The video games of Nintendo can teach Western gamers a lot about Japan's history and folklore, so it's up to the Gaijin Goomba to explain how culture and gaming collide on Game Exchange! Today: Short topics from Kirby, The Legend of Zelda, and the Super Mario games.

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