Super Mario Bros. News
Flush Lego Mario down your toilet to send him to the Minus World.
It's time to get snobby about children's fashion again.
Lego ain't cheap, and getting your plastic plumber will set you back $60.
Mario's Uniqlo birthday suits aren't much fun compared to last year's Pokemon line.
Somehow we got Overwatch sets before Mario, but still, we'll take whatever we can get.
Nintendo's hand-drawn Mario art is a real mood-booster, and someone just uploaded a ton of it.
The brand is strong, but it could be stronger.
Just make sure any pipes you jump down don't lead to the park's septic tanks.
See the Nintendo plaque, $5. Touch the Nintendo plaque, $10.
If you can't mix Super Mario Bros. with Billy Idol, then what's the point of life?
Maybe aim for quality over quantity, makers.
Not even DMCA Royale was safe from lawyers.
Now starring Infringio and his brother, Copyright Infringio.
But the creator is anticipating a letter from Nintendo.
Like the Commodore 64 itself, its spirit will not easily fade.
Three new games headline this month's free NES classics.
A world record price for one of the most famous video games of all time.
Visit eerie Minus Hyrule, where Octorocks moonwalk and graves stretch as far as the eye can see.
Turns out Mario is a bit tricky.
The internet's currently all about the Koopa King's New Clothes, and I'm here for it.
Google is working with Nintendo to celebrate everyone's favorite plumber.
Illumination's experience is one factor, but there's more to the story.
Also brought to you by the producer of Despicable Me.
Bear Mario is filled with love and stuffing.
All live-action options will be cast into the depths of Dinohattan.
Universal Studios Japan breaks ground on Super Nintendo World, but what's the deal with Mario?
Our mini-NES has arrived, and Jeremy will be streaming it for a few hours beginning at 1:30 ET (4:30 PT).
Legitimate Super Mario content comes to Minecraft via skins and level packs. Now we want The Legend of Zelda, and Metroid, and--
A rundown of Nintendo's musical celebration of what could be the most important moment in the company's history.