Hello everyone, Jason Heine here! This is a spur of the moment review of the “in room gamecube service” provided by “Lodgenet” while I was traveling to my hometown Portland Oregon. These are found in hotel/motel rooms all over the world! Before these are obsolete I wanted to do a review on it. Have you guys ever played these or seen these before?
Well, that was fast. Like, REALLY fast. There’s already a glitch out for Super Mario Galaxy 2 that allows you to pretty much go anywhere you want while riding Yoshi. The trick comes to us via MAST3RLINKX1, a YouTube user, and he’s posted a video online detailing the trick itself and how to execute it. Video and instructions after the cut.
Welcome to The Gaming Vault of Fame, where we take a look at some of the accomplishments of the video game world’s lesser known heroes. Y’know the ones I mean: those who rarely hog the spotlight for themselves, merely pleased with starring in a few games and then fading into obscurity. This series of articles will be to honour those heroes. And we begin with the world’s biggest secondary fiddle: [...]
When we received word earlier today that Super Mario Galaxy 2 would be released before Christmas this year, we didn’t think they meant quite this early… Nintendo has just confirmed at its San Francisco media summit that Super Mario Galaxy 2 will be hitting stores in the US on May 23. The release date was revealed by Nintendo of America executive Cammie Dunaway at the summit mere minutes before this [...]
Today’s a Miyamoto kind of day, isn’t it? Alongside the new Nintendo hardware announcement at the Japan Media Arts Festival, Shigeru Miyamoto clued listeners in on his inspiration behind Super Mario Galaxy–a hamster in a ball. He revealed that he was taking care of a hamster during the development of the game and believed that putting Mario on a spherical world in a 3D environment would allow even inexperienced players [...]
According to a recent report by Nikkei, Nintendo’s New Super Mario Bros. Wii has managed to sell over 10 million copies worldwide. 3 million of these sales come from Japan, with more than 4.5 million units being sold in the US, and over 3 million in Europe. That’s a lot of copies for one singular game to sell. Looks like Mario still has what it takes to beat the best.
This is one of the most far out, yet most awesome thing I’ve seen on the internet all day. For those not in the know, a YouTube user have been creating his own versions of Super Mario World levels that plays themselves and makes music as a result. They’re fun, crazy and at times kinda confusing to watch, but the final result is a pretty awesome experience. This time it’s [...]