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  • Blog Post: Mario And Donkey Kong Meet Shadow Of The Colossus In Artist Mash-up

    Artist Jason Lupas recently combined two games that couldn't be more different in tone, but are both inarguably classics. The piece is a combination of Shadow of the Colossus' second beast, and a collection of elements from Super Mario. In response to the appreciation of Lupas' piece, he... More
  • Blog Post: Here's More Proof That Guile's Theme Goes With Everything – Even Classical Piano

    Street Fighter's Guile's theme can be applied to any video or clip and it will work, but this video proves it can also be played with any instrument. In the video below, you can see Sonya Belousova tackle Guile's theme in a strange pinball machine piano hybrid. For more of Belousova's... More
  • Blog Post: Learn About The Canceled Super Mario Spikers And CD-i Title, Mario Takes America

    The latest Did You Know Gaming video looks at what could have been, what almost was, and why it is the way it is in the Mario universe. The video looks at the doomed from the beginning CD-i games starring Mario, as well as a Mario Volleyball title from the makers of Super Mario Strikers that was deemed... More
  • Blog Post: Super Mario Advance And DK: King Of Swing Now Available On Wii U Virtual Console

    A Game Boy Advance launch title and a weird Donkey Kong off-shoot are now both available on Wii U Virtual Console. Super Mario Advance launched alongside the Game Boy Advance and is basically a remake of Super Mario Bros. 2 for NES with an assortment of changes and additions. DK: King of Swing released... More
  • Blog Post: Collectible Super Mario Figures Available For Preorder

    Three sets of Super Mario figures made by Bandai Japan have appeared on the Big Bad Toy Store. The sets, which include Mario and two other play sets, are available for preorder and are expected to arrive June 2014. The Mario set is the most expensive at $24.99, while the other two, featuring goombas... More
  • Blog Post: Twelve Popular T-Shirt Designs Return

    Most T-shirt designs offered through daily sales on TeeFury.com are only available for a limited time. During these twenty-four hour sales, the featured design is available for just $11. Once the sale ends, that design is available for the regular price of $18 for a few more hours. Once those hours are... More
  • Blog Post: Light Up Your Lair With This Curious Cube

    They won’t give you coins or mushrooms, but 8-Bit Lit’s Question Block Lamps will light up a room. 8-Bit Lit cofounders Adam Ellsworth and Brian Duxbury delighted their friends and family with their first lamp, and made waves when they listed it on Etsy in 2012. Now, thanks to a successful... More
  • Blog Post: Patient Animator Recreates Donkey Kong

    YouTube user guizdp got frustrated when his NES copy of Donkey Kong wasn't working, so he decided to go the much easier route and re-create the entire game with stop animation. You can check out the video below where guizdp used perler beads ( a popular medium for video game animation ) to create... More
  • Blog Post: Super Mario Crossover 3.0 Available To Play Now

    The latest iteration of Super Mario Bros. Crossover , the fan-created game that places different iconic video game characters into the world of Super Mario Bros., is available to play now. Mario, Luigi, Link, Samus, Simon Belmont, Mega Man, Bass, Bill Rizer from Contra, Ryu Hayabusa from Ninja Gaiden... More
  • Blog Post: Mario Is A Terrible Musician

    Mario should have practiced his flute work a little more in grade school. Look at how much damage he does when he tries to play the warp whistle. Dorkly imagines how much chaos Mario could unleash if he were tone deaf. More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Runs Into Problems On First Day Of Full Game Downloads

    One of the advantages of living in Japan, as opposed to the United States, is you get to play New Super Mario Bros. 2 first, unless you were trying to download the full game. Yesterday was the first day of full game downloads in Japan and it coincided with the release of New Super Mario Bros. 2. Online... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Releases A Rough Look At Its Upcoming Schedule

    Nintendo laid out a rough idea of what it's planning to release in Japan, Europe, and the United States from July onward as part of its earnings report. There aren't any revelatory details in the document , but the list does provide a glimpse at the differences of both timing and release dates... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Reveals Paper Mario: Sticker Star

    Update: Take a look at this new batch of screens, which are filled with Mario. And stickers. Original Story: Initially announced two years ago simply as Paper Mario, the 3DS game has picked up a subtitle: Sticker Star. The game continues the series’ legacy of shoebox diorama-style environments... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Registers Super Mario 4 Domain

    Nintendo has registered a new Internet domain. Does this mean a new Mario project is in the works? The company registered the domain supermario4.com on April 3. Right now, the page is not active, and links back to the region select screen of Nintendo's main page. It's possible that this registration... More
  • Blog Post: Super Mario 3D Land Director Talks Sequel Possibilities And More

    We got a chance to sit down with the director of Super Mario 3D Land, Koichi Hayashida. The expressive, charismatic Nintendo developer worked as the main programmer of Super Mario Sunshine and directed Super Mario Galaxy 2 and several other games at the company. During our interview, we spoke with him... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Aimed To Make Japan Smile With Super Mario 3D Land

    During his presentation at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, California, Super Mario 3D Land director Koichi Hayashida reflected on the earthquake and subsequent disasters that plagued Japan last year. The Mario director took a somber moment during his otherwise upbeat talk to touch on... More
  • Blog Post: These Were The Most Searched Games Of 2011

    Google today released a variety of statistics detailing what the entire world searched for in 2011. Video games were among the categories, and the results showed no surprises. Call of Duty reigns supreme, taking the top two spots while Halo Reach came in as the third most searched game. Perhaps the most... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Finally Owns SuperMario.com

    Nintendo does things its own way and at its own speed, there’s no denying that. If you need an example just take a look back at its online strategy. Speaking of the Internet, the company has finally secured the rights to www.supermario.com. We understand why Nintendo may not have netted the domain... More
  • Blog Post: Retro Mario Papercraft Rocks The Pixel

    Is your classic Super Mario a little flat? Are the thin 2D graphics getting you down? Hope is in sight! This new papercraft blueprint is for a classic 8-bit Mario, puffed out into three dimensions. The Mario papercrafts, available in several different color schemes, can be found at the Paperkraft website... More
  • Blog Post: Iconic Games Reimagined As Book Covers

    Have you ever wondering what your favorite video games would look like if they had classic, minimalist book covers? Artist A.J. Hateley has focused her talent into creating said fictional literary images. Check out more of these gorgeous mock-ups over at Hateley’s blog , and for bigger versions... More
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