Braden "ChompChompBraden" Moor has been playing the same level, a nightmare of his own creation, for more than four years.
It's now becoming a pattern for the company to announced a port, and then remove a way to buy the old game.
It's been long enough that Nintendo wasn't even fully sure how to help the 'Shakedown: Hawaii' developer release the game.
The hacker who stole from Nintendo for years bragged about it online, and didn’t even try to hide his real name or activities.
A one in 7.5 million chance means, eventually, someone is going to be that one in 7.5 million. Meet Josh.
It's a level where you don't have to touch the controller, but you only have a one in 7.5 million chance of actually making it to the end.
Braden Moor has been fighting this fight since 2016, but he's still going.
'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.
The company isn't always good at intuiting the desires of players, but when it does…
Braden Moor has been trying to beat his own nightmare, Trials of Death, since December 2015. He still hasn't.
One of the company’s more interesting experiments isn’t fully gone.
With our bellies full, the group looks back at a few days stuffed with video games. And robot cleaners.