Oh hey, it’s the Super Mario Kart development team in 1992. Lookin’ sharp, Mr. Very Young Tie Clip-Wearing Shigeru Miyamoto. Via Ninty Memories.
If you've been playing Mario Kart games since the beginning, you're probably going to have a bit of déjà vu on the Donut Plains track.
Like many of us, Austin Grossman has lived with video games his whole life. But, like a lot fewer of us, he went on make them, working as a writer and a designer on beloved titles like Deus Ex and Dishonored. Yesterday, his literary love letter to the medium—a novel called You—hit screens and bookstore shelves all…
Water levels can be pain in the ass, especially when unnecessarily complex gameplay mechanics meet blurry, monotonous graphics. But that's not always the case. Truth is, there are water levels (or places where water plays a key role) that look really refreshing, relaxing, and that might even possess a special, eerie…
I’d like to think that I made a reasonable request of the man behind Mario Kart.
There's a new contender in the battle for real world Mario Kart action, Rémi Gaillard. Master video makers Freddie Wong and friends have taken their special effects laden know-how to the track, the most realistic looking Mario Kart-meets-real life video yet.
As promised, Mario Kart loving prankster Rémi Gaillard takes to the streets of France with kart, Mario costume and huge balls in tow, running from the cops and tossing banana peels and plush turtles at mini-vans.
It's a jam-packed Thanksgiving edition of the Nintendo Download, with enough games to leave you comatose on the couch for hours.