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LEGO Super Mario Power-Up Packs give Mario a makeover

LEGO Super Mario Power-Up Packs give Mario a makeover

Earlier this year, Nintendo and LEGO revealed that they're teaming up to make Super Mario-themed LEGO sets. The companies started by revealing the LEGO Super Mario Starter Set, following that up by announcing two expansion sets - one of which features Bowser. Now, before any of those sets have actually released, LEGO and Nintendo have revealed four additional Power-Up Packs.

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Paper Mario is coming to Switch – Why I’m excited

Paper Mario is coming to Switch – Why I’m excited

Out of nowhere this morning, Nintendo announced a new Paper Mario game for the Nintendo Switch. Dubbed Paper Mario: The Origami King, perhaps the existence of this game shouldn't be a complete surprise. After all, 2020 marks Mario's 35th anniversary, and rumors have claimed that Nintendo is looking to pull out all of the stops in celebration, including launching a new Paper Mario game.

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Super Mario 64 native PC port supports 4K and Xbox controllers

Super Mario 64 native PC port supports 4K and Xbox controllers

Almost every Super Mario title has been a hit but a few have become milestones in gaming history for one reason or another. Super Mario 64 is the prime example of that, being the first of its kind to land not only on the new (in 1996 at least) Nintendo 64 console, it was also the first in that series to jump into three-dimensional space. That monumental title in Nintendo's history is scheduled for a revival but not before fans have released a PC port that requires no emulator to play.

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Super Mario Maker 2 World Maker mode will let you create entire games

Super Mario Maker 2 World Maker mode will let you create entire games

Along with video streaming, games have been on a meteoric rise, ironically due to the dreadful things happening around the world today. Although the launch of new consoles has been delayed and game conferences have been canceled, games and related services have been trying to compensate. The latest addition to that growing list of good gaming news will definitely delight Super Mario fans as Nintendo announces the new World Maker mode that will let you stitch maps together to build your own Super Mario game.

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Levi’s made Super Mario pants and now you can buy them

Levi’s made Super Mario pants and now you can buy them

After a bit of a wait, Levi's has launched its Super Mario collection. The collection was first revealed back in March, with a planned release date of April 1st. When that day rolled around, Levi's announced that it had delayed the collection's release in North and South America due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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LEGO drops exciting Super Mario set details as release date revealed

LEGO drops exciting Super Mario set details as release date revealed

Last month, Nintendo and LEGO revealed a new Super Mario-themed team up. We didn't learn a whole lot about these Mario LEGO sets during that initial reveal, but we did get to see a sizzle video that showed off some of their features. Today, LEGO revealed more details about these Super Mario Sets, which are all launching this summer.

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This could be a huge year for Mario on Nintendo Switch

This could be a huge year for Mario on Nintendo Switch

2020 is a big year for Mario, as the suspenders-wearing plumber is turning 35 years old. More specifically, the Mario game franchise is turning 35 years old, and Nintendo apparently has a big celebration planned. According to a new report, Nintendo will release a number of new and old Mario games for the Switch in 2020, in the process bringing the some of the series' most beloved games into the modern era.

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LEGO Super Mario sets let you make and play your own Mario levels

LEGO Super Mario sets let you make and play your own Mario levels

A couple of days ago, LEGO began teasing an apparent team up with Nintendo. The teases obviously didn't make it clear what this team up would entail, but today, LEGO and Nintendo pulled the veil back. As expected, LEGO will be producing some Super Mario sets, but these will be a little bit different than the LEGO sets we're used to seeing.

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Mario Kart Tour multiplayer will come with global race rooms

Mario Kart Tour multiplayer will come with global race rooms

Although Nintendo hit it big with the portable console that is the Nintendo Switch, its luck on mobile has been less than stellar. Its most profitable mobile game is practically a gacha version of the popular Fire Emblem franchise while smartphone spins of its iconic properties sometimes gather dust. That may finally change next week when the more familiar Mario Kart Tour finally gets its promised multiplayer feature and then some.

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Super Nintendo World sounds like it will be crazy fun

Super Nintendo World sounds like it will be crazy fun

Japan is known to be the home of manga and anime, ramen and sushi, maid and cat cafes, and Pikachu and Mario. All save for the last pair can practically be found everywhere in the country but you have little chance encountering a Pokemon or an Italian plumber in the wild. Not unless you enter Super Nintendo World that's set to open in Summer, just in time to welcome athletes and tourists for the Tokyo Olympics in July.

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Super Mario Maker 2 course upload limit increased again

Super Mario Maker 2 course upload limit increased again

If you're a fan of creating courses in Super Mario Maker 2, then you'll definitely be pleased to know that Nintendo has increased the course upload limit once again. Players can upload a total of 100 courses to Nintendo's servers, giving fans a lot more space to work with when it comes to making stages available online. Previously, the course upload limit was set to 64 stages.

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Luigi’s Mansion 3 multiplayer expansion coming in 2020 as paid DLC

Luigi’s Mansion 3 multiplayer expansion coming in 2020 as paid DLC

Halloween may be long over but that doesn't mean it's too late to prepare for next year's haunt. Or, in Nintendo's case, too early. After having been left gathering dust for a few years, Nintendo finally resurrected the spooktacular Luigi's Mansion, now in its third installment. This time, though, it's working to keep the dust off by giving it what previous installments didn't. Next year, players will be able to have more fun with their corporeal friends with two multiplayer DLCs.

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