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With Mario celebrating his 30th anniversary today, we decided to revisit this "New" Mario versus classic Mario debate.
It's Mario's 30th anniversary, so we're looking back on all of our core Mario game reviews.
The GI crew takes a break from making their own Mario levels to look back at one of the SNES' finest adventures.
One of the best brawlers from the previous generation of video games is
back with an improved framerate, increased texture sizes, and a new minigame.
The first area probably won’t be a shocker to many Souls fans, as it’s certainly one of my favorite zones from the From Software catalog.
Super Mario Maker looks great for Mario fans, but here are more series that we'd like to see get an in-depth level editor.
We show off what it looks like to have Sonic, Pac-Man, and other iconic characters running through custom Super Mario Bros. levels.
Nintendo and Game Freak announced a Pokémon game with high aspirations. Here's how we hope it turns out.
The Pokémon Company is partnering with Niantic Labs on their upcoming augmented-reality Pokémon Go game. Learn more about Niantic's previous game, Ingress, in our feature.
We try out the newest addition to the Star Wars video game library.
We dive into the recently patched Bungie title to walk through changes to progression, vault storage, and more.
Ahead of Mario's 30th anniversary, we decided to reshare this interview with Shigeru Miyamoto and Takashi Tezuka, where we asked a series of strange questions about the notorious plumber and his world.