Nintendo is going after Tokyo’s Mario-inspired go-kart tourist attraction

Nintendo is already well known to robustly protect its intellectual properties, so the operator of Tokyo’s Mario-inspired go-kart attraction perhaps shouldn’t be too surprised to find itself in the Japanese company’s legal crosshairs. Offering fans …
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