‘Super Mario Bros.’ Recap: What You Need to Know Before the Movie
40 years of movies in 10 minutes.
‘Cash Me Outside’ Girl Gets Probation + Pre-Order Your SNES Classic: Pop Bits
Let's check in on the legal situation of everyone's favorite social-media bad girl, plus more celeb news and fun links in this evening's Pop Bits.
Mario Powers Up Monopoly With New ‘Gamer’ Edition of The Classic Board Game
Think Monopoly is a boring old board game for stuffed shirts? Wait until you get a load of Monopoly Gamer, which puts a Nintendo spin on the classic.
Fans of Nintendo squealed with excitement last year when Nintendo announced the Mini NES classic, a miniature version of the beloved 8-bit grey console that set the bar for home video game consoles in the 1980s. Well, prepare to wait in long lines and open up your wallets once again because now you're playing with power... SUPER POWER!
Legend Of Zelda
On March 3rd, Nintendo released the highly-anticipated, delayed-plagued latest entry in the heralded Legend of Zelda franchise alongside their new home console/portable handheld the Switch! As any true nerd and avid lover video games, I was there on day one with my Switch and my copy of Breath of the Wild.
The Rob Unboxes the Switch
Friday, Nintendo launched their new home video game console (which actually double as a portable gaming system as well), the SWITCH! As a lifelong avid fan of video games and an admitted Nintendo "fanboy," there has never been a Nintendo gaming console I haven't owned (yes, including the Virtual Boy) and can't imagine a time when there ever will be one I don't pick up... And there's no
Original Nintendo System Returning With Pre-Loaded Games: Look Alive, Mario
The NES Classic Edition should be on shelves in time for the 2016 holidays.
Nintendo President Dies
Last Saturday night, July 11th, the President of Nintendo, Satoru Iwata, passed away after developing a bile duct growth. He was 55, and only Nintendo's fourth President. Tributes and memorials have been rolling in from fans of the man and the company all week. Today, Steve and I will pay tribute to a video game visionary and leader, Iwata-san.