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U," Mario's latest adventure is designed to accommodate up to four players. While Sony and Microsoft are spending this holiday season asking video-game players to invest in the future namely, their respective new consoles, the PlayStation 4 and the
Xbox One, many are wondering which of the two consoles will wind up with the first breakout hit exclusive. With both consoles wracking up 1 million sales in their first 24 hours of release (though the Xbox One required 11 more countries than the PS4
This month saw the release of two high-end home video game consoles from Sony and Microsoft . But competitor and long-standing game powerhouse Nintendo has a surprisingly effective countermove: cats...The Italian caricatures of Mario and Luigi, who
Designer makes interactive 'Super Mario Bros' resume November 23, 2013 3:32pm New graduates looking for work might want to take a cue from a designer, who created an interactive resume based on the 1980s video game Super Mario Bros. Robby Leonardi
kicked things off a few days ago by selling 1 million PlayStation 4 devices in the first 24 hours after launch. Friday, when the Xbox One hits store shelves around the world. Wii U hasn't managed to break 4 million sales since launching a year ago.
Since 1992, gamers around the globe have gotten hooked on Mario Kart. And, while fans of Nintendo's most successful series have never been shy about sharing their love, there's something special about the game's latest pair of superfans. JaVale McGee
Nintendo has officially ended the production of the Wii console in the only place where they are produced: Japan. A statement on Nintendo Japan's website translates to production ended. When the Wii was launched in late 2006, the gaming community
At last the PS Vita TV is here If you've always wanted to play the PlayStation Vita on your television, well, starting this month, you finally can. Dubbed PS Vita TV, this little console lets you do just that and so much more. PS Vita TV fits in the
16 October 2013 6 View comments Computer games might be more realistic than ever before with budgets and special effects compatible to blockbuster movies, but children and teenagers of the 80s and 90s still have a soft spot for the Super Mario Bros.
10/07/2013 11:21:05 AM PDT Research analyst Matthew Hudak believes that Nintendo and Microsoft are in for a rough ride this holiday season...With Nintendo leaning on the Wii U's Zelda remake, "Wind Waker HD," it's easy to imagine the home console