It's actually surprising that Lego and Nintendo, two icons of family entertainment, have never worked together before.
Warner Bros' various Lego video games are among a select group of third-party titles to have sold big on Nintendo consoles, whereas Nintendo's cast of characters have long proven themselves to be a licensing goldmine for toy companies. The two brands clearly match-up, which is why the news that Lego and Nintendo had collaborated on a Super Mario project was exciting.
The project, however, isn't what anyone had expected. It would have been easy -- and probably quite lucrative -- for Lego to put together some branded sets: blister packs of figures and a giant Peach's castle to build. You could even foresee a Lego video game featuring Mario and chums.
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