Scorpigator Films put together a nine minute short flick chronicling the adventures and timeline of the Super Mario Bros. The video takes time to exercise, in excruciating detail, the entire timeline of Nintendo's most prized brand. It's an interesting video to watch.
Some big news dropped on the final week of January as major gaming website network consisting of Joystiq, Massively and WoW Insider have shut down. These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap.
Gaming blog Joystiq is no more. AOL confirmed that they're closing the site down on February 3rd following rumors earlier this week about its future.
Mixing pulpy comic goodness with old-school strategy gameplay and a few new twists, Code Name S.T.E.A.M. aims to bring a unique, tactical experience to the Nintendo 3DS when it launches on March 13. After a couple of hours with the game, however, I’m not quite sold on what feels like one of the most ambitious games to hit the portable scene in quite some time.
Fans of Super Smash Bros. on the Wii U will discover a rather awesome surprise the next time they boot up their favorite fighting game, namely 15 new stages built specifically with eight-player combat in mind.
After more than a decade in the business, it looks like video game news website Joystiq may be shutting down. Leave it to Joystiq to break the news with style, however, reporting on rumors of their own potential demise in typical business-speak fashion.
Graphic designer Mark Kenny has remade NBA teams' logos as classic video game characters. You'll enjoy them even if you hate professional basketball.
A YouTuber named Husky By The Geek recently released a video covering the theme from The Legend of Zelda in 10 different guitar styles. He transitions to each style very smoothly and without any breaks, so it's pretty cool both watching the video and listening to it.
If you're a diehard member of the fighting game community and have been keeping track of what's new, what's hip and what's big in the FGC scene, then you're probably excited about this year's line-up of games scheduled to make an appearance at this year's Evolution 2015 tournament.
March 17th is fast approaching and Bandai Namco Games and Slightly Mad Studios are prepping to release Project CARS for the home consoles and PC. To help move the promo-train along a new trailer was released to get gamers in the mood to start their engines.
It’s a bitter-sweet day for Club Nintendo members, as the Big N announces the closure of the rewards service that’s been running for the past six years. Chin up, though, because a new rewards program is apparently just over the horizon.
Recently elected to office as the Vice President of the world, you’ve got a lot of work to do in the opening days of your first term, namely saving the planet from a number of oddball villains and nefarious schemes. Thankfully, Citizens of Earth offers all the help you could need in the form of average folks who put their array of talents to good use in activities like, um, pummeling a bear made out of honey or overthrowing a group of deranged girl scouts.
Smosh Games released a “Smash Rap” that celebrates Mega Man. Why Mega Man? Because once you figure out how to play him in Super Smash Bros. you'll become an unstoppable menace.
Nintendo unveils the New 3DS XL for North Americans, Ubisoft talks up Watch Dogs 2 and Microsoft rides their price-cut to victory. These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap.
In the case of a gamer asking his parents to name Super Smash Bros. characters, there's tons of hilarity to be had at the results. See how well both his parents did naming the characters.