Video games have come so far nowadays that in some cases the characters look real. Maybe that's why the youth of today don't respect the good ole 8-bit Nintendo games. Mario and his often forgotten younger (yet taller) twin brother Luigi were a staple of my childhood.
YouTube has great supply of great video game videos, but the people at Dorkly have the latest viral clip. By adding some awesome editing/video game programming, they have made an awesome video. Have you ever wondered what Super Mario Brothers would look like if the star went psycho? Well all your dark wishes have been granted.
I love video games, from the retro Nintendo games to all the new Microsoft X-box and Sony PlayStation. So when I came across this little three minute video on YouTube, I had to share. Without giving away too much, imagine if Lara Croft, Master Chief from Halo and Connor from Assassin's Creed decided to rob Mario for 3 of his main power ups.
If you’ve ever wanted to own one of the cars in the video game Mario Kart, now’s your chance.
Nintendo and auto body shop West Coast Customs, known for its work in the MTV series ‘Pimp My Ride,’ collaborated to build two of the vehicles in Mario Kart 7, which launches on December 4 for the Nintendo 3DS game system.
As a child of the 90's, I grew up with Super Mario Bro's. My childhood consisted of Mario, Luigi, Yoshi, King Coopa/Bowzer, and Princess Toadstool, who, turns out, is kind of a whore. At least, that's what this kid thinks.
According to the 13,000 gamers who voted on the Guinness World Records' website, Mario is the greatest video game character of all time.
The plumber with amazing leaping abilities edged out another Nintendo favorite, Link, from "Legend of Zelda," for the top spot. All told, Nintendo had 11 characters among the top 50.
The survey was done for the book "Guinness World Records 2011 Ga