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It may not be The Marriage of Figaro, but Mario’s got some serious pipes on him. Get it? Pipes, plumber? Ah, just watch the video.
There’s lots to talk about this week with problems arising in the gaming world for Saints Row and Mario, plus this year’s annual VGA nominees have been revealed.
I know a lot of you have already seen this classic, but Mario’s decent to rock bottom is a good reminder to us all: sometimes magic mushrooms and stars are better left alone.
Just look at Luigi, after all the sh$% that he and Mario have been through, he’s got to go and steal Mario’s thunder. What an 8-bit d-bag.
The original Super Mario Bros. was a blast on NES, but the real life version looks just so much more intense. Especially, when you have the option of taking out goombas with a handgun.
The game landscape is changing and the old school game characters aren’t too happy about all the iPhone games coming out. Action must be taken. Whatever the cost.
What happens when Outworld’s deadliest warrior comes to pay Mario a visit? For starters, he uses that handy spear of his instead of chasing after 1Up mushrooms.
Sorry for the spoiler, but the Prince manages to roll everyone and everything. But it’s still worth watching anyway!
Playboy’s appointed gamer bunny Jo Garcia gives us a personal and physical history on the evolution of gaming. From Atari to Wii, this bunny knows her way around a joystick.
Actually, he’s not looking so super here. As the Princess says, he’s not a next-gen character, but someone who’s way in over his head.
Can the once bad boy of PC gaming make a comeback? Well, you get to run around with Ron Jeremy dressed as Mario, so at the very least, they’ll have everyone’s attention.
Let’s explore the origins or the everyone’s favorite green dino from the Super Mario universe, and his deep dark secret.
Killing goombas is just so much more fun with a portal gun. Where was this thing in 1988?
It’s actually one of the better, and totally unexpectedly deep, Super Mario inspired raps you’ll hear.