By Conner Carey
Clearly everything from my childhood is coming back. First Pokemon GO made its gigantic debut and has slashed every record for app downloads and app sales. CEO of Niantic Labs, the developers behind the app, announced that Pokemon GO will be coming to Apple Watch soon at Apple’s keynote event yesterday. But before that, a representative for Nintendo came out to talk about its new game: Super Mario Run. While I was obsessed with Pokemon GO in the beginning, the buzz wore off as my daily life became too busy to spend the amount of time my seven year old self wants to when catching them all. But I don’t have to go running around to play Super Mario Run. The question is will that be to Nintendo's advantage or was Pokemon GO such a hit due in part to the fact that you do physically have to move. Only time will tell; however, Super Mario Run certainly has that same nostalgic potential that could have generations of adults reliving simpler times.