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  • tyler-schommer - May 6, 2014 5:22 p.m.

    L IS REAL 2041 relates to LINK! It was relating to the release date of Ocarina I believe and it is the same texture on the stone in Dodongo's Cavern
  • satan915 - April 4, 2014 9:31 p.m.

    You know, I think people have wised actually, at least a little. You know how in Mario Kart 7 there's no Waluigi, despite his Waluigi Pinball course being included (not to mention Wario and Daisy too). Well there wasn't really as much of a fuss or rumor about how to unlock him in that game as there was in SM64DS. Even though it's on the 3DS, hackers eventually open up the game's code and confirm that the rumor's are false nowadays anyways.
  • Jackonomics2.0 - March 25, 2014 10:34 a.m.

    I still remember that one rumor about Waluigi in Super Mario 64 DS about the whole Rabbit King that ended up being a deviantart photoshop. Also the whole Mew Boogaloo was even endorsed by Professor Oak himself, making it worse.
  • satan915 - April 3, 2014 5:38 p.m.

    In the DS version, since I 100%ed the game and got bored, I actually went as far as making sure that my coin total for all 15 levels was exactly 2401 (some levels have 2 areas that make more coins appear each time you switch between the 2, making it easy to get the max of 255 per level) and trying a number of other ridiculous stuff like losing all my character's hats a certain way, going to the Boo courtyard with Yoshi (he can't beat ghosts), trying to beat Koopa the Quick as fast as possible and then looking for a purple cap in the bomb-omb level, or a purple switch/bunny in or outside the castle, shooting myself into Peach's Portrait outside the castle, and even trying to hit that invisible black box (you can see it on the file select screen). I also tried looking for Luigi in the N64 version a little, getting the first 3 stars without getting hurt and then running around the Star Statue 64 times clockwise, and then 64 times counterclockwise. It wasn't as fun trying to get 2401 coins for all 15 levels in that version though, and I don't think I ever did. I tried getting the invisible power up and jumping into that Boo picture that would normally be of Luigi in Big Boo's Haunt in the DS version, but obviously nothing worked here either. At least I had some fun.
  • alllifeinfate - March 24, 2014 10:58 p.m.

    That question mark in the end blends well with the picture of said Mario. :)
  • shawksta - March 24, 2014 9:33 p.m.

    Gotta love rumors
  • J-Fid - March 24, 2014 8:48 p.m.

    Should've posted this article on April Fool's Day. It's not that far from now, you could've survived the wait. You know, I can't think of a time where I actually believed a gaming rumor to be true. Go figure.
  • g1rldraco7 - March 24, 2014 6:34 p.m.

    So many wasted hours trying to unlock those things UGH!!!!!
  • cinematim - March 24, 2014 6:04 p.m.

    I can't post on the Facebook page so I just want to note that the Punchout myth comes from the fact that Mario is the ref, it's not born out of no where. 007 373 5963
  • Fuzunga - March 24, 2014 5:38 p.m.

    FOOLS! You all should have payed more attention to that 2401. You see, that is actually the key to unlocking Luigi, but it would have been impossible to figure out prior to 2004. For this trick to work you need a copy of Halo 2 on the Xbox. When you get to the library on Installation 05 (specifically the part called "quarantine zone") in the first outdoor area, you'll find a destroyed scorpion tank against the wall. You need to jump on top of it and melee the wall until you fall through. Inside, you'll find a room with 2401 Penitent Tangent who will give you a seemingly incomprehensible code: LEUP, NDOWN, RERIGHT, CHDOWN. Now's when you boot up your copy of Super Mario 64. On the title screen where you can manipulate Mario's face, stretch his left ear up, then his nose down, then his right ear to the right, then his chin down. You should hear the 1up sound play. Then if you start a new game you'll be playing as Luigi!
  • homestar99 - March 24, 2014 6:39 p.m.

    How quaint.
  • winner2 - March 25, 2014 1:48 p.m.

    I remember reading that you were able to find a wild bulbasaur in the grass south of pallet town in crystal or fire/leaf I think. So many tangelas killed and not a single bulbasaur...
  • winner2 - March 25, 2014 1:49 p.m.

    didn't mean for that to be a reply THIS IS NOT SPAM INTERNET
  • pl4y4h - March 24, 2014 1:14 p.m.

    I remember way back a rumor i believed about pokemon g/s/c. One of my buddies told me that if walked in and out of red's mom's house enough times she would challenge me to a battle and have Blastoise Venasaur and Charizard. Then if i beat her, I would find ??? at the top of the goldenrod mall who would jump off and commit suicide. Looking back it sounds so stupid but you would not believe how many times i was in that house lol
  • Trollkitten - March 24, 2014 2:28 p.m.

    I'm sure Red's mom appreciated the company...
  • universaltofu - March 24, 2014 4:28 p.m.

    I feel ya on this one, so many pokerumors, stupid Mew.
  • satan915 - April 3, 2014 5:59 p.m.

    I heard a few unique Pokemon rumors too, like you remember that level 30 Marowak ghost in Pokemon Yellow that you had to fight in the Lavender Pokemon Ghost Tower? Well one of my friends said he did something that involved running around some underground ladder and when he fought the Marowak Ghost, it was Shiny/Golden and at Level 100. Remember this is Pokemon Yellow, where shiny Pokemon didn't yet exist. He also said, however, that it could of been a dream. Another weird one was with Pokemon Diamond. You remember that Haunted Chateau where you could sometimes catch a glimpse of a ghost butler or little girl, but couldn't talk to them? Well another one of my friend's said that there was a video of a guy apparently waiting in one of the rooms for awhile, and one of the ghosts CAME IN and TALKED to him, forcing him into a Pokemon Trainer Battle. He said the Ghost Trainer had level 100 "Ghost" Pokemon, the same ghost Pokemon you saw from Pokemon Yellow in Lavender Tower if you didn't have the Silph Scope, only these Ghosts actually attacked you and sometimes used a move called the "Forbidden Move", which ALWAYS struck first, and ALWAYS reduced your Pokemon's Hp to 1, and inflicted it with not one, but ALL status conditions, meaning your Pokemon would easily faint right afterwards. He said it had something to do with a cancelled event that was going to involve Darkrai.

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