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Mario Artist Talent Studio

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Title Screen

Mario Artist Talent Studio

Developer: Nintendo EAD
Publisher: Nintendo
Platform: Nintendo 64DD
Released in JP: February 23, 2000


MovieIcon.png This game has unused cinematics.


After Mario Artist: Communication Kit, the second game in the Japan-only Nintendo 64DD Mario Artist series enables you to insert your captured photos on 3D models to animate them.

Hidden Movie

An Easter egg movie appears, starring the late president of Nintendo Co., Ltd., Hiroshi Yamauchi, speaking in Japanese about the game and the 64DD peripheral. The player can load and view it in-game under the Movie Creation Tool. The movie file is hidden under the user directory, in the bottom-most selectable slot.

The transcription, translated to English is this:

Nintendo Head Office (Kyoto)

Director: "It is going on the air."

(take1)

President: "Eh, this time, for buying Nintendo 64 DD software, Talent Studio, thank you very..."

Woman: "President, it is not for sale, and it is delivered to all members."

President: "Eh? Is it like that...all right, I got it."

(take2)

President: "Eh, we deliver Talent Studio to everyone here, and this software is Nintendo's confident work you can experience quite new play that is not in existing software. Please play with family and friends together and enjoy noisily by making unique talents, thank you very much."

Director: "Yes, OK."

President: "Is it OK?"

Director: "Yes, thank you very much."

President: "What kind of software is this? What kind of software?"