Mario can handle goombas and koopas, but what about cops and gangsters in the “real” world?
Is the price too high or does it make sense? Let’s find out… using history!
Big Boo doesn’t seem nearly as scary anymore.
After some seriously high-profile involvement, Nintendo characters aren’t part of newest promotional push for 2020 event.
Complaint shows startling lack of knowledge about video game history, but still might be valid.
This cool mock-up shows that writers at Beep predicted a console very different from the one we would all come to know and love.
Well now, that looks awesome.
Being able to keep one hand free while playing Nintendo’s first smartphone game might turn out to be a pretty sweet deal.
All of our childhood conspiracy theory brains can finally rest.
YouTube personality Mike Matei created this truly impressive tribute animation using nothing but this 16-bit era Super Nintendo game!
Super Mario Run will be Mario’s first adventure into the mobile gaming world.
Legends of video game design and music team up for awesome live performance.
Shigeru Miyamoto promises fun for theme park guests not just in Japan, but also California and Florida.
Nintendo Famicom’s red-and-white design makes for some stylish stationery!
Thirty games isn’t all the Nintendo Classic Mini Family Computer is reviving.
Now there’s a perfectly valid excuse for keeping a video game controller in your pocket.
Workers at airlines, plus one video game company, are in high demand in the dating pool.
That’s a lot to pay for a time-telling Pikachu.
In just over one minute, video takes us on an emotional journey through 20 years of Pokémon passion.
Mario, Pokémon, Link, Star Fox and more are brought to life through the same process used 200 years ago.