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Focus article on the character Mario, and his creation and evolution. Reduce discussion about the games in general, that's what Mario (series) is for.
Ensure that every statement is supported by a reliable source.
Rewrite the whole "Appearances" section. Expand the paragraphs and cite more sources, especially in the two bottom sections concerning Mario's non-platforming game appearances. His Game & Watch games get barely a sentence. But please don't go overboard. Remember; that's what Mario (series) is for.
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I want to add some information on the newer games that have come out. Lightningflamingice (talk) 20:47, 27 June 2015 (UTC)
Hi @Lightningflamingice: You have to describe exactly what you want changed. If you would like to provide new information, you'll also need to provide adequate sources. Others can then discuss whether the proposed change is appropriate - and if it is, an editor who is able to edit the page can do so for you. ~SuperHamsterTalkContribs 20:55, 27 June 2015 (UTC)
This article, Mario, and of his brother, Luigi, and Yoshi currently occupy the 'top level' naming for their respective articles - But why? There is nothing unique about their naming or anything unique enough to differentiate it form any other Mario, Luigi or Yoshi, and therefore should be changed to be uniform with the likes of Bowser (character). This is unlike, for instance, Tom Sawyer, whose 'title' goes beyond that of merely a first name and is not merely 'Tom' - The same goes for the likes of Pac-man because that is an indistinguishable name. Of course, I understand that it's in Nintendo's favor that it remains this way, however for the sake of every other Mario, Luigi and Yoshi featured on Wikipedia this should not be the case. Sonic the Hedgehog, for instance, does not get exclusive rights to the page Sonic. --Crododon (talk) 20:06, 15 September 2015 (UTC)