Many years (and many coins) have passed since those 1984 facts I told you. If you took a look to my actual exsistence, you'd easily notice that video games still have a huge importance in my everyday life. First of all, my main job deals with creating a videogame magazine. This involves deciding the flatplan of the magazine, writing reviews, editing texts from freelance reviewers, speaking with PR people from the game publishers, doing press tours and other stuff of the journalistic kind. Anyway, if you really wanted to understand my vision about videogames, you should not look for it in that magazine. Don't let me be misunderstood - I try to do my best on it, but when it comes to love games, I'm on the Nintendo side of life. Sure, almost every console has great games (potentially), but I generally find my spiritual and poetic vision of the world better reflected by Nintendo games. It's something very deep, which involves my beliefs, my ethics, my wallet. I'll talk to you a lot about Nintendo here. But first, you should give sense to what you just read by reading something more: my very own review of Super Mario World, the best videogame ever made (it's written in Italian). So big, so bestest that I couldn't do a proper review. But - maybe - I could catch a glimpse of the Nintendo side of life.