The first true Mario game for the Nintendo Switch is finally here, and we get a chance to review Super Mario Odyssey in all its glory. After all, a Nintendo console would not be a Nintendo console without a Mario game to go with it. Got your overalls on? Then let’s jump straight into the review.
Hello, fellow Mario Kart 8 lovers! We’re back with an exciting review of the new DLC tracks that launched yesterday. We already reviewed Mario Kart 8 for the Wii U when it first came out over here, and we reviewed the first set of extra tracks, Zelda x Mario Kart, over here. Now we have the last lot of tracks and karts and characters—two more cups and eight new track, plus some more new characters and vehicles, all being reviewed right here, right now, by me. Let’s race!
The Mario Party series of games—originally developed by Hudson Soft but now developed by Nd Cube—has been around since its inception in 1998 on the Nintendo 64. Every Nintendo console since then has received one or more Mario Party games. Some of you may remember that we reviewed Mario Party 9 for the Wii a while back. The newest addition to the series is called, in a surprise twist, Mario Party 10. Surprise twist because it’s actually the fourteenth iteration in the game series. I grab my dice in hand and head down to the game boards to see just how much fun the new game is. Read more
In this fake trailer created by The Country Club, the famous brothers return to the Mushroom Kingdom for an altogether darker adventure. Shot in the style of Grand Theft Auto IV, it is a more grittier and violent look at life in the Mushroom Kingdom.
Mario and Luigi have fucked with the wrong person, they’ve stolen stolen coins from Bowser, the baddest gangster around. Taking umbrage, Bowser holds Peach hostage and it’s up to the brothers and the only allies they can trust, Toad and Yoshi, to get her back. It’s an explosive action-fest with some witty dialogue to match. Check out The Brothers Mario below.