Richard Sherman asked that Tyler Lockett’s touchdown be set to Mario Kart music. The Internet obliged.
Seattle Seahawks star cornerback Richard Sherman has been so impressed by wide receiver Tyler Lockett that he recently sought out a fun video game mashup in honor of his rookie teammate. In the second quarter of Saturday's preseason game against the San Diego Chargers, Lockett dazzled on a 67-yard punt return that he took to the house. Show More Summary
Oh, what a diss. What a lovely diss! "Mad Max: Fury Road" -- aka "a two-hour game of Mario Kart from hell" from the grandpa director of "Happy Feet and "Babe: Pig in the City" -- just got itself a worthy Honest Trailer. Because evenShow More Summary
Mario Kart is one of humanity’s greatest achievements. But what if Nintendo decided to get on that Tony Hawk tip and produce a title where the plumber and his put-upon brother Luigi had to battle it out in time trials while riding an...Show More Summary
We’ve all played Mario Kart—it’s truly an all-time great game. We’ve all also wanted to be a real part of the madness, but being humans and all, we’ve never had that opportunity. This guy lived out our dreams. While “riding” a longboard,...Show More Summary
Mario has been known to dabble in multiple pastimes, including soccer, golf and tennis (which he’ll be returning to in Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash on Wii U this holiday season), but one thing we haven’t seen Mario and his Mushroom Kingdom companions do is skate. Show More Summary
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We’ve already seen Mad Max: Fury Road get a Mario Kart overhaul, and now the Honest Trailer for the blockbuster from the director of Happy Feet and Babe: Pig in the City dives into what they describe as a two-hour, hellish version of the Nintendo racing game. Show More Summary
The folks from Corridor Digital have recreated a game of Mario Kart using an electric longboard from Boosted Boards. [CorridorDigital] The post A Real Life Game of Mario Kart With a Skateboard [Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
Luigi on an electric longboard and a city turned into a Mario Kart course full of dangerous elements. The folks at CorridorDigital made a pretty neat live-action short film about Luigi trying to beat Mario’s time trial score. Read more...
VFX and action wizards Corridor Digital envision a new game that combines the best of Mario Kart with a little Trials, and just a touch of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater. The Boosted electric longboard was the real star of the video.
Watch this skater dressed as Luigi do an impressive run during which he outpaces turtle shells, collects coins and uses turbo boots to try to beat Mario's record.
This new video from Corridor Digital shows exactly what it would be like if you could incorporate Mario Kart into your daily life — specifically, when skateboarding From gold coins to green shells, this real-life "Luigi" skateboarder has to endure a plethora of obstacles before winning silver at the hands of his ultimate frenemy: Mario Sheesh. Show More Summary
Corridor Digital has created “Mario Kart Skate,” a live-action Mario Kart short where Luigi jumps on a Boosted electric longboard and embarks in a dangerous adventure through the city while attempting to beat Mario‘s time trial record. Corridor Digital also released footage showing how they made the exciting short: music by Savant – “Vario“
Nintendo will cut the price of the 2DS from $130 to $100 on August 30, but the free copy of Mario Kart 7 isn't going anywhere.
Nintendo just cut the Nintendo 2DS price tag to $99. And for this price, you also get Mario Kart 7. This cheap portable console can play all the 3DS games, which makes it a good console for your kids — it doesn’t cost much, and it can do a lot. Read More
System now comes with a free copy of Mario Kart 7 to boot.
We’ve already seen a fair share of mash-ups involving this summer’s blockbuster favorite Mad Max: Fury Road. Recently someone made an Adventure Time version of the trailer, and before that someone took elements of Mario Kart and inserted them into the trailer. Show More Summary
The above video supposedly shows a prototype demo of the unreleased Mario Kart XXL that was created by Denaris Entertainment, a company ran by the developer of the Turrican series, Manfred Trenz. My search for more information has left me mostly empty handed, so all we have to go on is the awful looking prototype above. Show More Summary