Adding to a long list of pop culture collaborations, which has yielded fare like Star Wars- and Disney-themed kicks, Vans is now working with Nintendo on a new line of branded sneakers featuring characters and power-ups from classic 8-bit NES games, including Super Mario Bros., Donkey Kong, and even Duck Hunt.
It's going to be impossible to beat the glorious nerdness level in this wedding cake, which uses projectors to animate Mario on his quest to beat Donkey Kong and rescue Pauline. Unless they find a way to modify the sugar molecules to act as color displays.
Not everyone has the time to painstakingly brew the perfect cup of coffee each morning. That's why simple capsule coffee machines from Keurig and Nespresso have become so popular. And if you're embarrassed at taking a shortcut for your morning brew, you can distract your judgemental coffee snob friends with this…
If when you close your eyes each night in bed you see visions of pixelated arcade apes performing game-like quests, you can be sure you are a true gamer at heart. And now that we've cleared that up, you might as well embrace it, and indulge yourself with a little Donkey Kong-inspired interior decor.
Don't get us wrong, we're totally blown away by Photobucket user gpinzone's retro gaming-themed bathroom that incorporates elements from Super Mario, Donkey Kong, and Pac-Man. We just can't help but feel they missed a fantastic opportunity to turn the throne into a functional warp pipe that sucks down more than just…
Attempting to revive GameCube games that didn't do so well, Nintendo is bringing back a few titles—including Pikmin and Mario Power Tennis—that are better suited for the Wii with its enhanced motion controls.
The Computer Game Museum in Berlin has accomplished two things to make fanboys, such as ourselves, very moist. Firstly, they have created a museum dedicated to computer games and secondly, the institution has produced a mahoosive reconstruction of the classic Donkey Kong game using scaffolding. That is large. Lap it…
Costco's selling this Nintendo classic arcade cabinet. Since you can get Mario Bros. Donkey Kong and DK Jr variations on Game Boy, what you're actually paying $3000 for is the orange paint and amazing cabinet art. Twin joysticks, and a 19 inch monitor round out the 250-pound pre-8-bit-era game machine.
If your youth was anything like ours, it was full of Kool Aid, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and lots and lots of Game & Watch. Marvel at how they can condense the day's advanced technology into something that costs $8.99 and comes in a keychain.