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In the Mushroom Kingdom, there are things on the menu far worse than Salisbury steak…
Koopa Soundworks has put together a collection of 34 tracks from Mario, Zelda, Metroid, Fire Emblem, Sonic, Street Fighter, Mega Man, Tetris, and more in “World 1-2: The Complete Collection.” Does the quality match the quantity, though?
The newest album from the Videri String Quartet is one of those. They have recently released “Portals,” where they play, what they refer to as “game music greatest hits.” After listening to the album a few times, I thought I would share some thoughts.
The Videri String Quartet has put together an album full of some of the greatest video game music of all time, including Super Mario Bros., Sonic, and Zelda…
Video game composer and friend of NintendoFuse, Tommy Tallarico, has been hard at work promoting his first Kickstarter project, and two days ago, it met its goal of $250,000.
The fun real estate people over at Movoto have done it again. This time, they have appraised Dr. Wily’s castle from Mega Man 2. Looking at its size, location, and price per square foot, they have estimated its cost at only $113,562,750. Ha! Any buyers?
Apparently, Luigi is a famous parkour athlete, and he is missing. So, a documentary film crew is tracking him down, finding out all they can from YouTube stars and other free-runners. While the concept is rather odd, the parkour in this video is pretty sick. Check it out!
After a bit of a hiatus, The Other Side of the Flagpole is back with it’s second-last serialized strip. After 3-12 goes up, they will be published as stand-alone comics and will venture beyond the confines of the Mushroom Kingdom. I’m looking forward to doing this as a full-fledged NintendoFuse staff member! The idea for this strip […]
Are you a talented artist? Do you love The Legend of Zelda? If so, you may want to pay attention. Today, Nintendo is kicking off an art contest on their Facebook page.
This is a very simple guide I threw together for new users who want to play Pixelmon for themselves.
Imagine a world that is entirely your own – where the environment can be changed and altered to your liking, an immense list of items can be created using the resources the land has to offer, and the sky, or bedrock if you so choose, is your limit. Now, picture this world filled the brim with Pokemon to encounter, battle, capture and train. You’re not dreaming: it’s called Pixelmon, and is almost as amazing as it sounds.
So I found out from a friend of mine that the Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses concert tour was coming to the NJPAC in Newark, NJ and being the Zelda fan that I am, I had to attend this show.
A few days ago, Club Nintendo posted the gifts for those who made Elite Status for 2012-2013. Did you make it gold or platinum level? If so, what did you choose for your gift?