With the 35th Anniversary of Mario and the launch of 3D All-Stars, we decided to rank every 3D Super Mario game in the series.
Maybe I'm naive and give Nintendo too much credit, but I think there is more Mario on the way to Switch after Super Mario 3D All-Stars.
Animal Crossing, Super Smash Bros. and Pokemon have been the biggest factors for the growth of the service.
With everyone's favorite plumber celebrating his 35th Anniversary, what is your all-time favorite Super Mario video game from Nintendo?
The real impact of Nintendo's decision to make 3D All-Stars a limited production is starting to show.
Come in and check out if you could afford a house from the likes of The Last of Us Part II or Resident Evil.
3D All-Stars now sits just behind Animal Crossing in this year's best selling games on Amazon.
A now-removed page on Nintendo's website suggests that it would have taken place before April 14.
Super Mario themed furniture will be jumping into Animal Crossing: New Horizons in March next year.
Watch this modder make it through world 1-1 using Legos as a controller. Just try to ignore the thing's screams though
Nintendo is finally bringing back the popular classic Super Mario Bros. Game and Watch.
Super Mario 3D All-Stars will have remastered versions of each title, but not everyone will play at 1080p.
Cat Mario and Cat Peach are the latest characters to get the Amiibo treatment.
Super Mario Bros. 35 brings the mustachioed hero to the battle royale genre for the first time, with some subtle influences from Tetris 99
Mario Kart Live is one of many announcements from the Super Mario Bros. 35th Anniversary Direct.
Artist PaulDrawsArt shared an impressive fan art mural of all the beloved papercraft characters in Nintendo's Paper Mario: The Origami King.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons is now the second best-selling Switch game of all time - in only 4 months.
As a longtime fan of the series, Paper Mario: The Origami King has its trademark humor and charm, but misses its appealing RPG gameplay.
Nintendo part of a new collaboration that Rocks.
While Nintendo is reportedly winding down its ambitions to crack the mobile game market, despite having some major success with it over the years, they still seem to have plans to continue support for their existing titles.