Super Mario Maker
‘Mario Maker’ Player Has Now Spent 2,500 Hours Trying to Beat His Own Level
Braden Moor has been fighting this fight since 2016, but he's still going.
Watching Someone Beat a Mario Game Without Pressing Right Is F'ing Wild
'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 Switch Succeeds on Nintendo's Historic "Toys Over Tech" Approach
The company isn't always good at intuiting the desires of players, but when it does…
Super Mario Maker
Nearly 2,000 Hours Later, Player Still Can't Beat Their 'Mario Maker' Level
Braden Moor has been trying to beat his own nightmare, Trials of Death, since December 2015. He still hasn't.
Nintendo’s Miiverse Is Dead, But Someone’s Archived Everything
One of the company’s more interesting experiments isn’t fully gone.
We Praise ‘Battle Chef Brigade,’ ‘ZombiU,’ And More on Waypoint Radio
With our bellies full, the group looks back at a few days stuffed with video games. And robot cleaners.
The Mission to Archive Nintendo's Dying Social Media Platform
All those 'Splatoon' memes may soon have a new home.
Nintendo Shutting Down One of Its Best Ideas, Miiverse, on November 8
A place full of beautiful drawings and endless shitposting, Miiverse will be missed.
Guide To Games
'Wind Waker' is the Happiest and Most Hopeful Zelda Adventure
With its colorful visuals and swashbuckling exploration, 'Wind Waker' is still a joy to play.
Someone Turned a Wii U Into a PC That Emulates Wii U
If it’s not broke, break it open and turn it into a PC I guess.
‘Captain Toad’ Remains the Epitome of Nintendo’s Toymaker Ethos
AKA: Look, Nintendo, this game is sweet, and we need it on Switch, okay?
'Splatoon 2' Is More of the Same Because 'Splatoon' Was Already Excellent
Nintendo's take on the competitive shooter remains as fresh as its debut two years ago. There's just more of it.