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Rumored official F-Zero Twitter account posts porn video

Yesterday, we shared with you a Twitter account that seemed to had been created by Nintendo for the 35th anniversary of Super Mario. Well, now we get similar news related to F-Zero.

Piggybacking of yesterday’s news comes some information that may make some fans of the F-Zero series quite happy, although it is best to take this information with a grain of salt, as it is as legitimate as the Super Mario Bros. 35th Anniversary Twitter account.

The protected Twitter handle @FZeroJP was registered in March 2020 and features a near-identical verification email as that used for various official Nintendo accounts, such as Smash Bros and Splatoon.

For now, there is nothing official, although the email associated with both accounts indicates that it was created by a person who lives in Japan. In addition, since this F-Zero was created last March, it is confirmed that it was not created taking advantage of the Super Mario rumor.

This mysterious Twitter account puzzled fans whether Nintendo decided to finally revive the F-Zero series that has been long overlooked but never forgotten. In the past, the creator of the series, Shigeru Miyamoto, revealed that he did not understand why players would want to see another F-Zero game.

“I certainly understand that people want a new F-Zero game,” Miyamoto revealed during an interview with IGN all the way back in 2013; a week after Mario Kart 8 was announced for the Nintendo Wii U, to be more precise.

“I think where I struggle is that I don’t really have a good idea for what’s new that we could bring to F-Zero that would really turn it into a great game again. Certainly, I can see how people looking at Mario Kart 8 could see, through the anti-gravity, a connection to F-Zero. But I don’t know, at this point, what direction we could go in with a new F-Zero,” Miyamoto concluded.

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