Killing Yoshi to save your own skin is a time-honored tradition in Mario. Noble players who decide against ruthlessness do exist, though.
Believe it or not, Super Mario Maker has a ton of great courses floating around. Here is the system I used to find these elusive levels. »
Thousands of people have tried this grueling Mario Maker level. Only a handful of people have actually beaten it thus far—and they had to go through hell to do it.
Gandalf, Batman and Wildstyle walk into the Aperture Science Enrichment Center. Stop me if you’ve heard this one. »
Tonight at midnight $465 worth of LEGO Dimensions product goes on sale. How much does one need to pay to have a good time? Let our buyer’s guide be your...guide. »
A bridge of p switches, followed by a pipe to nowhere? Mario Maker is for jerks. Good luck with F829-0000-0066-E98B!
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time speedrunner Cosmo Wright has constructed one of the trickiest stages I’ve played so far, a level that’s more puzzle and maze than platformer, and I refuse to give up. »
Right now, there’s a course titled “Pit of Panga: P-Break” floating around in Super Mario Maker. Thousands of people have tried this level. Not a single person has beaten it yet. The creator is calling it the “hardest Super Mario Maker level ever made,” and when you see how grueling it is, you’ll understand why. »
Be careful unboxing your Wii U Skylanders Superchargers starter pack. I managed to tear the lever off the side of Donkey Kong’s Barrel Blaster freeing it from its package, and will be sad forever because of it. »
The fifth installment of the series that started the toys-and-games craze goes on sale tomorrow, which means stores packed with baffled parents trying to make sense of it all. We’re here to help. »
I have spent dozens of hours playing through hundreds of Mario Maker courses. Here’s the cream of the crop. »