So that’s why the ladies call him “Super” Mario. That’s the kids one, which is…
So long as they don’t get the creator of Candy Crush to create a level you have to buy your way out of with actual cash, I’m behind this idea.
If you thought Mario in a realistic universe could only look like Bob Hoskins, think again.
Donkey Kong has met the enemy, and he is us, er, him.
Aside from that “Woo-hoo!” song that was once used in every TV spot for every action movie ever, I’m not usually much into Blur, but even if you find their stuff annoying a lot of the time, this particular video will warm your heart.
Video games get cancelled all the time, but we really wish we could have played these ones.
Considering that Tetris and Dr. Mario are in many ways the original casual games, I think this could play to Nintendo’s strengths.
You might say this video had quite the pitch. And plenty of balls. But did it meet the goal?
Famikoto, a band whose name is an amalgam of “Famicom” and “koto,” blend old and new with a medley of tunes from Fire Emblem, Legend of Zelda and Super Mario Bros.
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