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What You're Saying About Tosh.0

Posted by: TK Kelly | March 16, 2016 at 7:00PM

Featuring some of the latest Twitter comments about Tosh.0.

ExciteBikeWYS

Just don't get too pumped up or you'll overheat…

Relive last night's Mini Bike Jump Web Redemption in all its 8-bit glory here!

From Around the Web

Tattoo Of The Week

Posted by: TK Kelly | February 26, 2016 at 5:00PM

PrincessPeachTattoo

With a body like that it's easy to get past her 8-bit face.

Click here to check out more infamous ink.

[via Chzbgr]

Fan Favorites: Live Mario Brothers

Posted by: Mike Pomranz | April 13, 2011 at 6:00PM

HEY ASSHOLE STOP TYPING IN DAMN ALL CAPS FOR ONCE OK???? but anywayyyy i give them super mario brothers because i want to see you stop leaving poorly written comments :) de nadaaaaaa ♠

Leave your suggestion for next week's Fan Favorite video in the comments!

NES Is All Grown Up

Posted by: Mike Pomranz | March 9, 2011 at 4:00PM

I probably spent about half my childhood blowing into Nintendo games.  Once your machine reached a certain age, that was the only surefire way to get it to work.

Then I reached a certain age, discovered alcohol, and my childhood days ended.

Well, now someone over at Andy's Electronics Projects (Andy, maybe?) has combined the best of both worlds: a game called DrunkenNES that uses a breathalyzer stuck in an old NES cartridge to create a playable NES drinking game.

You blow in the cartridge just like old times and the game tosses your name up on an 8-bit leaderboard.

Not sure how you "beat" a game where the drunkest person wins.  Death by alcohol poisoning?

Regardless, as cool as this is, the hardest NES drinking game will always be when you drunkenly tell your buddies you can TKO Mike Tyson in the second round of Punch-Out!! and then they force you to prove it.

I can do it, I swear.  I've just drank way too many High Lifes.

[Andy's Electronics Projects via EPICponyz]

Super Mario Bros. Turns 25

Posted by: Mike Pomranz | September 13, 2010 at 12:00PM

The game Super Mario Bros. was first released in Japan on this day in 1985.

To commemorate, check out the above video providing a visual tour of the much of the Super Mario catalog.

I can't believe I've spent 25 years of my life hanging out with an Italian plumber with a severe mushroom addiction who loves stomping on the head of every creature he sees.

I could have been playing Super Mario Bros. games that entire time instead.

Alright, I gotta run and get this bag of mushrooms to my Italian plumber friend, Gino, otherwise he will stomp me on my head.  What an asshole.

[via BuzzFeed]