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Nintendo was a Japanese video game company. One of its most notable games was Super Mario Bros which the Eighth Doctor once played in a pub in Bradford in the 1980s. (PROSE: Halflife)

In 2007, a cabbie commented to Melanie Bush that bedtime stories weren't read by as much people as they used to due to "Nintendos and Playstation" in the room. (AUDIO: Unregenerate!)

In his adventure with the Tenth Doctor and Rose Tyler onboard the SS Madame de Pompadour, Mickey Smith wore a T-shirt with a picture of the Nintendo Entertainment System controller over the caption, "Know Your Roots". (TV: The Girl in the Fireplace)

After transferring to Park Vale Comprehensive School in 2008, Lance Metcalf rarely spoke to other students, preferring to play Nintendo games during breaktime. (TV: Warriors of Kudlak)

The Eleventh Doctor played a Wii console several times while he stayed with Amy Pond and Rory Williams. (TV: The Power of Three)

Behind the scenes Edit

  • Three Doctor Who games have been released on Nintendo consoles:
  • As mentioned, in The Girl in the Fireplace, Mickey wears a T-shirt which has a picture of the Nintendo Entertainment System controller over the caption, "Know Your Roots". This particular T-shirt, a limited edition, could be obtained either by subscribing to the British Nintendo Official Magazine, or by being purchased at selected GameStation outlets. In Doctor Who Magazine #367 Noel Clarke admitted to being a Nintendo fan and to being the owner of a Nintendo DS console. He also commented upon the T-shirt in the commentary which accompanied the episode on the BBC Website. Appropriately, Mickey is involved in a video game-related adventure in the spin-off novel Winner Takes All.

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