By David Ponce
So, well, hey, there’s really no point trying to describe anything here. I mean, it’s Super Mario, and it’s a Rubik’s cube. If you don’t know why those two fit together like peanut butter and jelly, then maybe you should be reading another site. Perhaps the only thing we can add is that through the dense Japanese clutter (not that the Japanese language is cluttery in any way, only that to our non-Japanese eyes, it looks quite unintelligible), we spotted a figure that looks like 1,980. We think this could be the price, as in 1,980 Yen, or roughly $16.