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Games Features

10 Clever, Weird, Fun, And Infuriating Levels to Try in 'Mario Maker 2'

It can be hard to figure out what's worth playing. We're here to help.
Patrick Klepek
7.6.19
nintendo

'Super Mario Maker 2' Gives You More Tools to Create Chaos

There’s simply more of everything, and that's great news for anyone who enjoyed the endless creativity of Super Mario Maker.
Danielle Riendeau
5.28.19
The VICE Guide to Right Now

We're Going to Get a 'Super Mario Bros.' Movie

The studio behind 'Despicable Me' is making it with help from Mario's creator, Shigeru Miyamoto.
River Donaghey
11.7.18
Motherboard

Super Mario Isn't a Human Being

'Super Mario Odyssey' upsets much of what we know about the 'Italian' 'plumber.'
Zack Kotzer
1.15.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Here's What You Need to Know About the New Nintendo Switch

Nintendo's much-speculated-about next console has had its official reveal—so we can all stop making shit up now.
Mike Diver
10.20.16
Gaming

A Terrible 'Mario Maker' Clone On Steam Actually Has a Few Good Ideas

If Nintendo won't release their games on PC, opportunistic developers are prepared to release basically the same thing.
Patrick Klepek
9.15.16
Gaming

I’ll Never Love Another Console Like I Loved the Nintendo DS

Some tipped the DS to fail, but the gaming's most creative designers looked at it and saw only ideas and opportunities.
Chris Schilling
8.31.16
Gaming

Why Nintendo Needs to Start Growing Up with Its Fans

The company's kid-friendly policies actually risk pushing its younger demographic away.
Willie Clark
1.29.16
VICE vs Video games

‘Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash’ Is Overpriced and Underwhelming

Nintendo's latest tennis sim is OK with friends, but solo players will quickly lose interest in its limited game modes.
Mike Diver
11.20.15
crate expectations

Crate Expectations: Kill The Noise

KTN talks inspiration from Nintendo games and why you should end the night with Rick Astley.
Kill The Noise
9.30.15
Gaming

Ron Jeremy Says Video Games Are Rotting Kids' Brains

The star of "Super Hornio Brothers" and many other pornos says that "While our kids are drinking beer, and playing video games, Asians are getting high SAT scores."
Mike Pearl
9.18.15
2005 week

Lights Will Guide Us Home: A Tribute to the Gloriously Corny Songs of 2005

From The Fray to John Mayer to James Blunt to Coldplay, these were the songs that rocked you to tears.
VICE Staff
9.15.15
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