When geeks attempt to enter into matrimony, it can end in one of two ways -- utter cuteness or dorky disaster. Thankfully, this proposal at the 2011 'Minecraft' Minecon didn't take the first 8-bit brick path.
Violinist Lindsey Stirling brings joy to many lands by dressing up like a real-life Link and playing a 'Legend of Zelda' medley. Who would have thought that anyone could rival that of the violinist playing the Super Mario Bros. theme?
If you grew up in the 1980s, chances are you know how the first level of Super Mario Bros. is played. That first level is etched into the heads of every video gamer, whether you played it on the original NES or not. Now imagine how that first level would have played out had it been martial arts legend Chuck Norris in the game, instead of the Italian plumber we all know and love.
Right now, the Microsoft Kinect gaming system is primarily being used to keep small children entertained and to bring hours of dance-fueled excitement to teenage girls' slumber parties. Whole Foods may have found the most innovative use for the motion controller yet.
It has been more than 14 years since the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) has had a new game to make it feel special and useful. Now a gaming company has offered a new reason to plug the thing back into your TV's A/V output -- a brand-new game for the classic console.
Given the success of indie artist Lana Del Rey's song 'Video Games,' a parody involving 'Super Mario Bros.' characters was probably inevitable. London-based comedian Jenny Bede dresses like Princess Peach and turns Rey's single into a story of failed love where she wrongly picked Luigi instead of Mario.
Despite its reputation, the immensely popular online role-playing game World of Warcraft isn't just the domain of kids and guys in their 30s who live in their parents' basements. In fact, some researchers from North Carolina State University have found that when older adults play WoW, it can actually boost their brain functionality.
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