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Nintendo opens up one of its secret storage rooms

Nintendo has opened up a storage room inside its secretive Kyoto headquarters and offered the world a glimpse into the past. As part of a series of articles on The Legend of Zelda on the Japanese Nintendo website (via Kotaku), the company published pictures that reveal mint and boxed Famicom consoles as well as the Japan-only Disk System. First up, we have a shelf full of mint Famicoms.
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