Super Mario Bros. in New York? No, this isn't New Donk City. Nor is it that regrettable Bob Hoskins and Dennis Hopper film. Instead, we've got software developer Abhishek Singh recreating Nintendo's most iconic level, Super Mario Bros. World 1-1, reimagined as an augmented reality game in Hololens.
Nintendo's stance on emulation has always been a rigid one. As far as the company is concerned, if you're downloading and playing games from unofficial sources, you're a software pirate.
The nostalgia-fuelled Nintendo Classic Mini: Nintendo Entertainment System came out today in the UK, but you'll be hard-pressed to find one for sale at face value.
Speedrunner Darbian has done what was once though impossible, completing an entire run of the original Super Mario Bros. in four minutes, 56 seconds and 878 milliseconds.
Happy Friday! Here's two parkour people jumping around in Mario costumes.
Oslo's City Hall has begun chiming the theme tune from Super Mario Bros.
A new world record has been set for blazing through the original Super Mario Bros. the fastest with speedrunner Darbian rescuing Princess Toadstool in a scant four minutes 57 seconds and 627 milliseconds.
Ever wondered how early 1980s video game engineers were able to get so much out of so little horsepower? Wonder no more.
A Nintendo fan from the United Arab Emirates has earned a Guinness World Record for his haul of classic games and memorabilia.
The universally-panned Super Mario Bros. movie was originally intended to feature a much darker and less comedic story - until it was hit by a last-minute script rewrites.
What do today's teenagers think of the 31-year-old NES?
How quickly can you beat Super Mario Bros.? There's a new world record holder who's done it in under five minutes - the whole thing, without cheating.
British actor Bob Hoskins has died aged 71 following pneumonia, his agent has announced.
Hiroshi Yamauchi, ex-Nintendo president and boss of the company as it entered the video game market, has died aged 85, Japanese newspaper Nikkei reports.
Nintendo has announced plans to release a shiny red iteration of the Wii.
It's Mario Red, to be specific, and it's being launched to celebrate the 25th birthday of Super Mario Bros.
A Japanese release date has been set for 11th November, according to Kotaku. The price tag is ¥20,000 (around £150).
25 years, not one u-bend fixed.
Acting legend Dennis Hopper has revealed why he really agreed to be in the Super Mario Bros. film. And no, it wasn't because he thought it was just such a great script.