Nintendo’s original Wii is as peculiar a video game console as it is a successful one. Its story has some understandably wacky bits as well. Such as: have you ever wondered where Miis came from? »
The sequel to Interplay's legendary post-apocalyptic role-playing game was bigger and badder than the original Fallout, which translates into more space on the cutting room floor for discarded storylines, abandoned features, unrealized non-player characters and a fully-upgradeable, completely drive-able vehicle. »
You can never get enough of Mario Kart trivia, if you ask me. Thankfully, the internet seems to feel the same way. »
You've seen the famous Christmas video. You know how important Super Mario 64 is to the design history of video games. But there are a few other nuggets of information about the Nintendo 64 that you may not know. Let's learn, shall we? »
There's always more to learn about all the Zelda games Nintendo released over the years. The trivia-themed series Did You Know Gaming offers some fun facts from the first Zelda game to Skyward Sword in their latest video.
Lots of things in video games sound too good to be true. But what about when it's the other way around—when something is too good to not be true? Erhm, you know what I mean. »
Did you know that every time I hear the opening theme to Mega Man 2 I start singling the lyrics version created by Brentalfloss in 2008? That's not a fact presented in Did You Know Gaming's second look at the Mega Man franchise, which mainly deals with fan-created bots and the excellent Mega Man Battle Network series. »
One thing many Pokémon fans have in common is that growing up, we'd hear all sorts of stories about glitches and legendaries we could capture if we did something random and esoteric. Most kids, as we now know, were lying. Or, well: it's more like they didn't know how to pull the glitches off, exactly. »