Three years in the making, these are a couple videos of the Mario Kart themed LEGO roller coaster constructed by builder scottmakesmocs. Now that is impressive. My last LEGO build? It was not that impressive, and my mom said if it was a finger painting it wouldn’t make the refrigerator
According to this NES Tetris game manual that Twitter user vecchitto dug up, these are the names of the various Tetris blocks. And here I’ve been calling them L and backwards L blocks, when they’re actually Blue and Orange Rickys! I should have known. Hero and Smashboy are definitely the
This is the entirety of Metallica’s 1988 album …And Justice For All recreated using a Super Mario 64 soundfont, so it sounds like an old video game soundtrack. Will Metallic take exception to this like they did when I accidentally downloaded all their songs on Napster as a college freshman?
This is a video of a cosplayer dressed as 16-bit pixelated Samus in a Metroid Dread skin of her Super Metroid armor created by Dan of Dan Cartell Art, with the addition of the spinning morph ball made by @ccamp88.rupk. Man, I still remember at the end of the original
Because anything is possible with enough time spent staring at a computer monitor, Youtuber on4word recreated the entirety of Radiohead’s 2007 album ‘In Rainbows’ using only sound effects from Super Mario 64 (also available on Bandcamp HERE). Wow — this guy must really love Super Mario AND Radiohead. It would
This is a video of the insanely impressive Switch inspired entertainment center built by Nintendo fan Alexander Girbinger. The two controller ends are automated and extend out to reveal NES, Super Nintendo, N64, and GameCube consoles, along with four controllers for each that rotate out of hidden compartments like this
This is a video reimagining The Legend Of Zelda as a first-person virtual reality game. It looks amazing, and I would play it. I would play it SO HARD. I remember when the game originally came out and I couldn’t beat the second dungeon I went to school and a
This is a visualization bar-charting the best selling video game consoles worldwide from 1978 – 2022. The Atari 2600 was the heavyweight early on, but then Nintendo came along and tore the gold medal right off its neck with the NES and Game Boy. Eventually, the Playstation 2 would take