Call the doctor, Mario 0h-oh.
Instead of making some classic games harder using the usual methods—more difficult and faster enemies, timed levels, broken controls—the folks at Dorkly created a special, rather unfair mode for games that weren’t necessarily famous for being impossible.
The year of Luigi NEVER ENDS. Now Mario's lanky brother has a PHD and will be popping pills on the Wii U soon in the game that we've all been waiting for: Dr. Luigi. It's out on December 31 for $15.
YouTube user TehN1ppe posts ten hour clips. Ten hours! Ten hours of endless loops, like Mario climbing a vine. For ten hours. Or Mudkip. Yep, Mah, Hiep, Mah, Hiep. For ten hours.
In the United States, health care has passed. Some people are pleased, some are not and others are even indifferent. So let's talk about video games!
It's Monday morning, and while the rest of the U.S. has the day off today, Nintendo is hard at work delivering two new games a piece to both the Virtual Console and WiiWare, including the stateside debut of Dr. Mario Online RX (1000 points), which allows you to take your pill-popping puzzle game online to battle…