There’s a new world record for beating Super Mario Bros. quickly—and it may be the fastest possible time that a human can achieve. That’s why Darbian, the man behind the new record, is now hanging up his hat.
Fun fact: you don’t actually need to see Mario levels in order to beat them.
It's always amazing to see people take a game, turn it inside out and bend it to their whims. Mario is no different, particularly when it's beaten with the lowest score possible.
Hey there, Sad Mario Horse. How you doing? OK? You look a bit down. Is it because a human being dressed you up like Mario? Yes, I agree that it is a bit degrading, but you do have to admit that it is also pretty funny.
Boston College running back Andre Williams leads all FBS running backs with 2073 rushing yards, good for an average of 6.5 yards per carry. The senior's a potential Heisman finalist, and to help his case, someone put together a video of him bowling over opponents to the Starman music from the Super Mario Bros. video…
Ohio State isn't the only school with a marching band that can pull off awesome themed performances. This weekend, the Clemson marching band turned its halftime show into a tribute to two classic Nintendo games. It's enough to make you want to go looking for that old NES system in your mom's attic.
It is not a stretch to suggest these gentlemen are actual plumbers, or if they have been in possession of mushrooms at one time or another. We're eagerly anticipating their appearance at Sunday's final; the Italians will need a fire flower or two to get past a tough Spanish defense. (Or one of those POW! blocks.…
Supporters of the Chicago Fire put together this impressive tifo (basically the soccer equivalent of those North Korean card stunts) over the weekend featuring Mario, a Koopa Troopa, and one on-target fireball.