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There's a new video making its way around the web showcasing what happens when the traditional roles of Mario and Yoshi are reversed, and Mario becomes Yoshi's traveling pet. The video is pretty short and is just barely a minute long but it's hilarious, nonetheless.
This latest Super Mario Bros. video is pretty sweet, by which I mean it looks tasty enough to snack on. Get ready to experience the mustachioed plumber like you've never seen him before: Taking on the enemies of the Mushroom Kingdom in cookie form.
The Nintendo World Store in New York is getting a major renovation, including a name change, as well as a huge gaming screen for visitors to enjoy.
Mario is a man of many hats. No, seriously, he’s worn a boatload of hats over the years, along with various costumes, accessories and bizarre contraptions. The best thing about Mario’s many forms, though, is that they grant him special abilities to help battle Bowser and his army of minions. But out of all of those super-powered forms Mario has taken over the years, which 10 are the absolute best?
Have you ever created something so awesome-looking you just couldn't bear to use it, or in some cases, eat it? If you had crafted this amazing Super Mario Bros. cake like Cory Pohlman of Bohnhoff & Kent Bakery, you might be feeling that way right about now.
A new video featuring an Unreal Engine 4 rendition of Mario running around and bouncing off walls has taken the internet by storm and has gone viral. You can see the video in action below, where a visually updated Mario with all the moves from Super Mario 64 runs around in demo stages and tutorial levels from the Unreal Engine 4.
Graphic designer Mark Kenny has remade NBA teams' logos as classic video game characters. You'll enjoy them even if you hate professional basketball.
Let's face it: most kids' letters to Santa suck. This child's letter to Santa, though? This is a masterpiece.
No tool assisted runs in this bad boy. Skill-based gamer Elmo Nitoushin took to YouTube – after displaying his skills in real-time on Twitch.tv – and unleashed a Mario 64 speed run that will blow your mind.
Yesterday's Nintendo Direct was a little on the massive side, overflowing with loads of announcements and trailers for upcoming games on the Wii U and 3DS.
It’s the beginning of a new month, which means it is once again time for Nintendo to swap out its collection of four Club Nintendo reward games for a fresh batch of digital goodness. And as has been the norm as of late, the Wii U games are far shinier than those being offered on the 3DS.
It's been confirmed by Nintendo that Mario Kart 8 is legitimately confirmed to launch this May, exclusively for the Wii U, as reported by Games Radar.
The company fell short of expectations as far as console and handheld sales go, but it doesn't mean they're willing to cash in their chips and go third-party.
Earlier today Nintendo rolled out some new content and media for games planned to release on their upcoming platforms, including games like Dr. Luigi and The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Warriors. Well, not to be forgotten in the mix is one of the more highly anticipated games set for release in 2014 for the Wii U and it's Mario Kart 8.
Flameproof jockstrap activated: While a lot of fanboys have been clamoring around the Wii U like a wounded puppy, waiting to pounce like a jackal from the shadows, they have missed out on one very important facet of this supposedly underpowered console: It has more native 1080p 60fps games than the Xbox One or PS4.