Then get clicking on that box. Loudly, if you’re at work. And be sure to keep going past 100 coins.
This is actually happening. 8-bit Mario hops in a Mercedes Benz and starts hitting question boxes. Then, things get real. And somewhat hunky.
Jaywalking is a big problem in China. One news station decided to use Frogger (or rather, a Frogger clone) and some Mario music to show that jaywalking is not the best idea!
We loved the original "Mario Kart." How could we not love a mash-up of our greatest 80s addiction with vehicular mayhem, all set in a multi-player environment. Now, 19 years after that original hyperactive treat, "Mario Kart 7" is set to drop like a turtle shell.
To mark the release of Mario Kart 7, Nintendo commissioned West Coast Customs to build life-size replicas of Mario and Luigi's actual karts from the game. Do they actually drive?
Of course not they actually do drive, and they are capable of making grown men smile like little boys.
"Guile's Theme" isn't the only thing that makes life better. So does the Super Mario Bros. theme, as evident by this video.
The dudes from Japanese car site Cliccar get out of their boring civvies and got dressed up as Mario and Luigi. Then, they hopped in two street legal X-Karts and took to the avenues and boulevards of Tokyo.
Found over yonder in Russia-land is this variant of the Fiat 124, presumably the Lada Zhiguli. What makes this Lada stand out among the millions of them is the matte black rims—not really, it's the amazingly accurate and detailed Mario paint job. The mural contains Goombas, pipes, coins, blocks, red-shelled Koopas and…