We spent countless hours playing Tetris, Super Mario Bros., Mike Tyson’s Punch Out!!, and other old-school video games. And judging by these tattoos, we’re guessing these people did, too.
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Video game power-ups are great … when they’re in video games. In real life, it’s often a different story.
Are you looking to school noobz on the cheap? We found a handful of websites and services will help you do so for free … or practically free.
News the you from 30 years ago could use: A new glitch leading to infinite 1Ups in Super Mario Bros. on NES has been discovered.
Tetris debuted in June 1984. Puzzling, right? And in its three decades we doubt there’s been a better player than the dude in this video.
Mortal Kombat X will be released for home game consoles sometime in 2015. What better time to rewatch all of the Fatalities from past MK games?
There are three video games being released in March that gamers should purchase. The rest would be better served as Frisbees.
From quick-paced trivia to old-school revamps to Mario Kart with demonic clowns, these newer-ish games are universal enough to win over most non-gamers.
This skeeball machine will spruce up your pad and enable you to dominate inept children next time your girlfriend leaves you at the mall arcade.
We put together the endings of the 8-bit NES games you spent hours playing as a kid when you could have been trying to touch boobs.