Entries in 'mario' (20)
The world’s biggest social network is to play host to the world’s most popular Italian plumber.
Nintendo today announced a new deal that will see its classic characters feature in games for smartphones.
The Walmart-only Gold Mario Amiibo is selling for over seven times its RRP on eBay.
Mario sidekick Captain Toad made his independent debut this month on Wii U. MCV takes a look at the best merchandise from the rest of the Mushroom Kingdom
The latest news to stem from the ongoing storm surrounding the Sony Pictures hack involves a possible new Mario film – made by Sony.
Nintendo’s Super Mario has been dragged into a bit of row started by Liverpool’s Super Mario.
Nintendo characters are to start appearing on the packing of kids’ yoghurt snack Frubes as part of a new promotion.
New IP does not necessarily mean new ideas, argues MCV editor Christopher Dring
Nintendo legend Shigeru Miyamoto said the firm almost turned Splatoon into a Mario game.
The Japanese gaming giant has seen some challenging times as of late, but continues to provide a wealth of products branded with iconic franchises for retail opportunities. MCV dives in ...
Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker has been dated for a January 2015 UK release.
Fast food giant McDonalds says its latest Happy Meal campaign is using Super Mario to help kids keep fit.
Hedge fund manager and Nintendo share holder Seth Fischer has urged Nintendo to move into the smartphone market.
Nintendo tonight made a number of 3DS announcements - including news it is developing a football management title.
Much of the criticism aimed at now-defunct smartphone title Flappy Bird concerned allegations of IP infringement.
Well that didn’t take long.
Becoming a third party publisher is not the easy answer to reversing Nintendo’s ongoing problems, president Satoru Iwata has argued.
Super Mario World HD? Super Mario 64 HD? Such things could happen, according to Nintendo design boss Shigeru Miyamoto.
The Wii U version of Rayman Legends will offer an extra goodie for Nintendo fans.
Don’t expect Mario, Zelda or Donkey Kong to appear on non-Nintendo platforms anytime soon.