PS5’s little-known warning: Don’t step on it! Pikachu N64 had the same warning 25 years ago – At this time, console and game manuals are nearly a thing of the past. The majority of games are now sold digitally; manuals are no longer included with physical copies; and if you have any questions, you can always look them up online. What you won’t find online is a console manufacturer’s advice to avoid treading on its products at all costs.
If you were fortunate enough to find a PS5, you probably had little trouble resisting the impulse to stomp on it without Sony having to warn you that it wouldn’t be good. Nintendo didn’t think people who purchased the N64’s special Pikachu edition were less intelligent 25 years ago. The console’s Japanese instruction manual contains a diagrammed warning about trampling on poor Pikachu.
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Pikachu Edition N64
The page from the guidebook that came with the console in Japan, which was shared by RussIsTrash on the N64 subreddit, depicts a foot standing where the cartridge would normally go. The text on the page appears to be a warning against leaving the N64 wherever it might accidentally be stood on, however no one in the comments has attempted to translate it.
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However, that hasn’t stopped the people who responded from making light of it. Since the warning appears to have been included for the Pikachu edition of the system, those who have questioned if it is safe to stand on a standard N64 have been told they can do so without any problems. They might be correct, based on some of the other remarks. Stories concerning dangerous scenarios that previous consoles survived have been circulated.
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In response, one person recalls dropping their N64 into a TV and it surviving, while another recalls discovering their SNES floating around in their flooded home and it still functioning after a few hours in front of the fan. When it comes to the Nintendo Switch being stood on accidently, it appears considerably more likely to happen than the Pikachu N64 ever did, and it also seems far more likely to shatter.
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