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Planet GameCube invades Nintendo of America

The tour continues...

by the NWR Staff - November 4, 2002, 3:49 pm PST

Around the corner was the game library. This is where

employees can check out any Nintendo game they want.  I honestly began to salivate at this point. 

The concept of having absolutely any game at your disposal made me

extremely jealous.

Rent your games here!

It was then time to visit the Nintendo call center. 

You know that 900-number in the back of game manuals you can call to get

game tips?  This is where those

calls go.  It kind of looked like a

Nintendo tripped-out version of "Office Space." 

Cubicles as far as the eye can see: all organized with

Nintendo-referenced street signs. Even the conference rooms had Nintendo themed

names.  It seemed to really make the

atmosphere of the workplace just a little more fun. 

I mean, after reading some e-mails we get here, I could imagine the

ridiculous phone calls they get in the Nintendo Call Center. 

I’d probably go nuts within about 5 minutes.

These people took over 100,000 calls

A very important forest

That's a heck of a lot of whining

screaming kids

It doesn't get much cooler than this

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