Nintendo's latest proves there are still ways to make the act of making Mario jump feel exciting all over again.
The cynical answer, according to analysts and one developer, is likely the correct one: it's to juice game sales.
A collection of classic video games—yes, including 'Super Mario Sunshine'—that could have been a whole lot more.
With COVID-19 disrupting video game announcements, people are increasingly desperate for anything to get excited about.
You might think manipulating a circle is no big deal, but you haven't met me, the person who hates shapes.
We asked people around Melbourne.
It can be hard to figure out what's worth playing. We're here to help.
It's weird, it's buggy, it's fun as hell. And it probably won't be around for long.
There’s simply more of everything, and that's great news for anyone who enjoyed the endless creativity of Super Mario Maker.
Twitter user and YouTuber Kisaragi Hutae 6 animated the iconic character jumping across the lined pages of a notebook
'New Super Mario Bros. U,' like most Mario games, asks you to move right to win. But what if you don't want to? That's where it gets tricky.