Game trailer: New Super Mario Bros. Wii Video
The designer of such iconic games as "Donkey Kong," "Super Mario Bros.," and "Legend of Zelda" spoke with CNET News about what will make Nintendo's newest game a hit and why it could help create a new generation of musical stars.
Leaked from today's episode: Bridget Carey previews her new show CNET Update, dissecting the 1991 "Super Mario Bros." movie, and a collection of the most outdated technology you can still buy today.
Episode 58 of the Digital City, where we wrangle with the legal arguments over Apple vs. Psystar; show off the latest super-fancy laptop to hit our desks, the $2,000 HP Envy 15; and find the world's best laptop backpack in the Booq Boa. Both Modern Warfare 2 and New Super Mario Bros. Wii gets some praise, while PSP Go sales seem to hit a wall; and we compare the original God of War games to the new polished-up versions in the God of War collection for PS3.
Reggie Fils-Aime tells how the New Super Mario Bros. U performs on the WiiU at E3 2012 in Los Angeles.
This is what we get for calling our show "The 404." Despite literally everything going wrong on today's show (sorry, live listeners!), we get it in gear for what turns out to be a hilarious show, thanks to CNET reporter Caroline McCarthy who comes in and saves the day. Today, Jeff previews us on the latest Nintendo Wii games, including the new Wii Fit Plus, Super Mario Bros, Wii Sports Resort, and more!
Mario is back on the 3DS, this time in the sequel to one of the DS' all time best-selling games.
Nintendo shows off what the second screen of the Wii U GamePad can add to gaming, Sony rips off Super Smash Bros., and Google Maps better come up with something to compete with Apple.
The next game in the venerable soccer franchise is upon us.
Today on preGame we'll demo a gorgeous point-and-click adventure-puzzle game for the PC and Mac as well as slice up some baddies in the latest 2D side-scrolling beat-em-up title for Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network.
The release of Starcraft II not only signifies what's arguably the most notable PC game release in a while, but also marks one of the longest periods of time in between two franchise releases (not counting expansion packs). After 12 years, developer Blizzard Entertainment is finally set to release the follow-up to the 1998 real-time-strategy instant-classic, Starcraft.