Mario and Pikachu. Two of the most famous characters in the world — and both from Nintendo. While the company owns Mario, Pikachu is part of The Pokémon Company — a holding that controls the rights for the world’s favorite collectible animals, sharing them with various creators from the series, the video games and a $20.000 watch. Mario doesn’t shy away from a collaboration here or there, even with one of his most legendary enemies. Nor is Pikachu scared of putting its face on things. It was only a matter of time before the two came together. While Mario Pikachu seems like a fun new platforming game,…

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