Some of Nintendo's best-known characters will be featured on rides and activities at Universal's theme parks.
Today we've got mood-sensing blankets, hoverbikes (no mood-sensing blanket required to guess how we feel), the Wii U's future, Space Quest, Android L, and your feedback on that space capsule.
The venerable comic book maker has inspired movies, television shows and video games. Now, for the first time, the trend is working in reverse.
The new bundle will be available November 1 and include New Super Mario Bros. U and New Super Luigi U.
Guest star in your very own episode of "The Twilight Zone" by installing a door decal that hints at a portal to another world.
More live-action Mario Bros. Nintendo weirdness from Japanese car commercials. Luigi is now a breakdancer! Plus Princess Peach and Yoshi.
A remarkable Lego printer relies solely on Lego parts to scan and build, brick by brick, bumpy plastic copies of images.
The Japan-based company now owns 73 percent of Supercell, hoping to ride the coattails of success in mobile gaming.
The melee fighting may feel familiar, but forcing your opponents into vehicular submission feels joyous in Avalanche Studio's upcoming Mad Max game.
How did Mario get his name? Where did the creators get their inspiration for the power-up mushrooms? Those questions and more, answered at last.