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This Luigi’s Mansion and Ghostbusters crossover tee is more inevitable than ingenious. A Google search will show that this comparison has been played to death. This shirt is the same as today’s offer. Well, that’s not totally true. Boos are way cooler than the generic scruff that fills most of the mansions Luigi shivers through. More importantly, this Boo glows in the dark. It costs less too, so get on it already!






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The only way I can make sense of this shirt is if I imagine this is a scene in a musical. Little Red Riding Peach is singing about a fuming fire flower as a sneaky Big Bad Raccoon Mario eavesdrops. Other than that, I got nothing. What’s your interpretation?


Extra Credit – Game characters that’d be awesome high school teachers


Geometry proofs. World War II discussions. Dodgeball. These would’ve been a lot more fun if these game characters were your teachers.


New Super Mario Bros. U Review

New Super Mario Bros U

New Super Mario Bros. U (Wii U)
Developer: Nintendo
Publisher: Nintendo
MSRP: $59.99

Think back to when you started your first sudoku. Solving the simplest puzzle was a reward, with each subsequent effort helping to build your repertoire of skills. This sort of pattern recognition is also integral to the Mario experience and one that has been ingrained in gamers for decades. Recklessly jumping through Iggy’s Castle with more than a few scratches may prove rewarding if it’s your first time playing, but finishing each level inevitably becomes the bare minimum. The real challenge of the stages becomes hunting for their secrets. Learning how to find these hidden goodies takes practice, much like figuring out where that 2 belongs in an expert level sudoku, but the dedication pays more than a few 1-ups worth of coins.


Mario and Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games Review

Mario and Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games (3DS)
Developer: Sega
Publisher: Sega

Seeing Mario and Sonic come together to compete in the Olympic games every two years illustrates how unifying these athletic competitions are. Sure, while the rivalries between Nintendo and Sega are vastly more insignificant than say, the struggle between USA and Afghanistan, it is nevertheless fun to witness universes colliding. It certainly is not the most riveting way for these characters to unite – we all know that a creative platformer that successfully merged Mario and Sonic’s gameplay styles would be a lot more exciting. If Mario and Sonic at the London 2012 Olympics is any indication though, perhaps this partnership should remain ceremonious.