Super Mario Bros. Features
For a gang of idiots, they were pretty smart.
Welcome to PAX East. Normal clothing is entirely optional.
The high-priced Super Mario Bros. auction offers a reminder to treat all video games with respect.
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It's "Save the Princess," and then some.
When did bananas become more exciting than coconuts?
The USgamer team voted on every Super Mario game ever made. Where does Super Mario Odyssey fit in?
Actually, the hat does possess things.
Before there was the Virtual Console, there was the option to pay $20 for Super Mario Bros on the GBA.
Let's celebrate World Turtle Day by counting down the ten best (unstomped) digital terrapins!
With Deadly Premonition on its way to a board game adaptation, it's time to look back at the creative, clever, and just plain weird board game adaptations of the past.
OPINION: Do video games tell their tales flawlessly? No. Should narrative therefore be removed from games? Heck no.
"Chip shortages?" Still got 'em. "Games make kids violent?" Check. "Japan will eat American industry alive?" Well ... that remained in the past, thankfully.
Why Nintendo keeps partying like it's 1985... and 1996... and 2006.
PODCAST: Kat, Bob, and Nadia go in-depth on today's big announcements.
Embrace your mortality as Jeremy plays this landmark N64 adventure at 4 p.m. ET/1 p.m. PT.
How far can we make it into classic games without taking damage? Join us and find out!
Mike looks at the best Hollywood actors available for live-action adaptations of Nintendo's franchises.
Nintendo's Mario creation kit is already pretty user-friendly—with just a few tweaks, it could be user-friendlier.
Later additions reimagined via the lens of earlier games provides some of Mario Maker's greatest moments.
The plumber’s Famous game is 30!
E3 2015's Nintendo event revealed some amazing, behind-the-scenes documents from their first console hit. But these priceless sheets of paper don't belong in any museum.
Long before midnight GameStop lines and pre-order madness, Nintendo introduced the world to pre-release hype.
USgamer's new weekly comic about very important video game matters begins now.
The composer behind some of gaming's most legendary tunes reflects on the many changes he's experienced in his 30-year career at Nintendo.