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Super Mario 64’s Weird 'Gay Bowser' Line Isn’t In Super Mario 3D All-Stars

Super Mario 64’s Weird 'Gay Bowser' Line Isn’t In Super Mario 3D All-Stars

Super Mario 3D All-Stars landed on Switch today, but with that occasion comes some bad news: Mario no longer says, “So long, gay Bowser!” during the Super Mario 64 boss fights. A travesty, for sure, but there’s a good reason the iconic voice line is missing.

The mystery of Mario’s dialogue that has eluded fans since Super Mario 64 originally appeared on the Nintendo 64 in 1996. While he’s...

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Sep 16, 2020 at 20:00.

Super Mario 3D All-Stars: The Kotaku Review

Super Mario 3D All-Stars: The Kotaku Review

Anyone who says “you can’t go home again” obviously never played a Mario game.

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My history with the Mario games

isn’t a secret . As soon as I could hold a controller I was transfixed, especially when jumping. Unlike in Castlevania or Street Fighter, jumping as Mario was dynamic. You could tap the button for short hops or hold it for extra oomph. You could even move back and forth...
Sep 16, 2020 at 09:00. 3 comments

Super Mario 64 Runs On A PS2, Universe Does Not Implode

Super Mario 64 Runs On A PS2, Universe Does Not Implode

Last year

the source code for Super Mario 64 was reverse-engineered by fans . If you were wondering “what good is that?”, well it means you can do all sorts of things with the game. Like get it running on a PS2.
Super Mario 64 Has Been "Ported" To The PC

Last year, Super Mario 64's N64 code was reverse-engineered by fans, allowing for all kinds of new…

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Sep 08, 2020. 5 comments

"Ass Warp" Is A Good Translation For Super Mario 64 Glitch

"Ass Warp" Is A Good Translation For Super Mario 64 Glitch
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In Super Mario 64, the Backwards Long Jump trick has been used to refer to a glitch that’s known in Japan as Ketsu Waapu (ケツワープ). Surely, there has to be a better English translation. Turns out, there is.

In the original...

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Sep 03, 2020. 24 comments

Nintendo Finally Announces 3D Mario Collection For The Switch, Out This Month

Nintendo Finally Announces 3D Mario Collection For The Switch, Out This Month

Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine and other classic 3D Mario games are coming to the Nintendo Switch, Nintendo confirmed today. The collection has been rumored

for months and now looks to be the Switch’s premiere release for the fall season.

The collection, called Super Mario 3D All-Stars is out for Switch on September 18 and includes these three games:

Super Mario 64, released for the...

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May 05, 2020. 13 comments

Super Mario 64 Has Been "Ported" To The PC

Super Mario 64 Has Been "Ported" To The PC

Last year, Super Mario 64's N64 code was reverse-engineered by fans, allowing for all kinds of new and exciting things to be done with Nintendo’s 1996 classic. Like building a completely new PC port of the game, which can run in 4K and ultra-wide resolutions.

This is a very new and cool thing! Previously, if you were playing Super Mario 64 on PC, you were playing via emulation, as your PC ran...

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Nick Wanserski Nick Wanserski Apr 24, 2019.

What’s your favorite “WTF” moment in Mario history?

<a href="https://games.avclub.com/what-s-your-favorite-wtf-moment-in-mario-history-1798284627" data-id="" onClick="window.ga('send', 'event', 'Permalink page click', 'Permalink page click - post header', 'standard');">What’s your favorite “WTF” moment in <i>Mario</i> history?</a>
AVQ&AWelcome back to AVQ&A, where we throw out a question for discussion among the staff and readers. Consider this a prompt to compare notes on your interface with pop culture, to reveal your embarrassing tastes and experiences.  

It’s Super Mario Bros. Week here on Gameological! In honor of the series’ 30th anniversary, we’re paying tribute the best way we know how: a week of essays and...

Heather Alexandra Heather Alexandra Jan 30, 2019. 3 comments

What tricks went into making one of the best games ever? 

What tricks went into making one of the best games ever? 

What tricks went into making one of the best games ever? YouTube channel Boundary Break has peered behind the scenes of the N64 and the DS versions of Super Mario 64 to show off secret rooms, hidden NPCs, and the inner workings of Peach’s Castle.

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Matt Gerardi Matt Gerardi Dec 07, 2018.

A clever creator has remade all of Super Mario 64 in 2-D

<a href="https://news.avclub.com/a-clever-creator-has-remade-all-of-super-mario-64-in-2-1798254755" data-id="" onClick="window.ga('send', 'event', 'Permalink page click', 'Permalink page click - post header', 'standard');">A clever creator has remade all of <i>Super Mario 64 </i>in 2-D</a>

Back in September, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Super Mario 64’s North American release, Dave Pickett, the proprietor of the Lego-themed YouTube channel Brick 101, set out to recreate the entirety of Mario’s groundbreaking three-dimensional debut inside Super Mario Maker, the nifty build-your-own-Mario toolkit that Nintendo released last year. But here’s the thing: Super Mario Maker...

William Hughes William Hughes Aug 06, 2018. 9 comments

These gorgeous clay recreations of Mario 64 levels are a testament to the strategy guide's dying art

<a href="https://news.avclub.com/these-gorgeous-clay-recreations-of-mario-64-levels-are-1828106936" data-id="" onClick="window.ga('send', 'event', 'Permalink page click', 'Permalink page click - post header', 'standard');">These gorgeous clay recreations of <i>Mario 64 </i>levels are a testament to the strategy guide&#39;s dying art</a>

The internet has largely killed off the once-cherished art of the video game strategy guide; after all, it’s hard to get hyped for an analog guidebook when one or two quick Google searches can get you a written walkthrough, dozens of screenshots, and roughly a million Let’s Plays of every game ever created to help you through a tricky spot. But while the strategy guide’s value as a treasure...

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Ethan Gach Ethan Gach Jul 13, 2018. 2 comments

Someone re-cut the video for speedrunner Cheese’s world record 120 star time in Super Mario 64 down

Someone re-cut the video for speedrunner Cheese’s world record 120 star time in Super Mario 64 down

Someone re-cut the video for speedrunner Cheese’s world record 120 star time in Super Mario 64 down to only the times Mario says “Yahoo!” It’s just over seven minutes long. Mario says “Yahoo!” a total of 369 times, give or take. I counted.

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Matt Gerardi Matt Gerardi Jul 02, 2018. 24 comments

This ambitious new mod is a bigger, harder, froggier Super Mario 64

<a href="https://games.avclub.com/this-ambitious-new-mod-is-a-bigger-harder-froggier-su-1798252765" data-id="" onClick="window.ga('send', 'event', 'Permalink page click', 'Permalink page click - post header', 'standard');">This ambitious new mod is a bigger, harder, froggier <i>Super Mario 64</i></a>

Welcome to our weekly open thread for the discussion of gaming plans, nagging questions, and whatever else we feel like talking about. No matter what the topic, we invite everyone in the comments to tell us: What Are You Playing This Weekend?

Remember that crazy Super Mario 64: Chaos Edition mod? The one that injects random cheat codes into Super Mario 64 and turns it into an unplayable mess...

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Reid McCarter Reid McCarter Apr 27, 2018. 6 comments

Some maniac fused Super Mario 64 and Ocarina Of Time into a single, coherent video game

<a href="https://news.avclub.com/some-maniac-fused-super-mario-64-and-ocarina-of-time-in-1825498450" data-id="" onClick="window.ga('send', 'event', 'Permalink page click', 'Permalink page click - post header', 'standard');">Some maniac fused <i>Super Mario 64</i> and <i>Ocarina Of Time</i> into a single, coherent video game</a>

Though your parents, yanking the power cord from the Nintendo 64 until you’d “finish your damn homework,” couldn’t tell the difference between Super Mario 64 and The Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time, everyone with an ounce of goddamn sense in their heads knows there’s no comparison between the two video games. In one, players assume the role of a gibbering cartoon man who jumps and...

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Nick Wanserski Nick Wanserski Feb 02, 2018. 24 comments

What game would you rather watch than play?

<a href="https://games.avclub.com/what-game-would-you-rather-watch-than-play-1798246371" data-id="" onClick="window.ga('send', 'event', 'Permalink page click', 'Permalink page click - post header', 'standard');">What game would you rather watch than play?</a>

Welcome back to AVQ&A (Gameological edition), where we throw out a question for discussion among the staff and readers. Consider this a prompt to compare notes on your interface with pop culture, to reveal your embarrassing tastes and experiences, and to ponder how our diverse lives all led us to convene here together. Got a question you’d like us and the readers to answer? Email us at

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William Hughes William Hughes Feb 02, 2018. 24 comments

3-D dreams and 2-D extremes: 1996 in video game music

<a href="https://games.avclub.com/3-d-dreams-and-2-d-extremes-1996-in-video-game-music-1798250904" data-id="" onClick="window.ga('send', 'event', 'Permalink page click', 'Permalink page click - post header', 'standard');">3-D dreams and 2-D extremes: 1996 in video game music</a>

In Let’s Playlist, the Gameological staff assembles a themed lineup of video game music and packages it in a YouTube playlist. But we’re just providing the start. It’s up to you to nominate your own candidates and fill out the list (with a YouTube link if you can find it, please). We’ll choose our favorite nominations, add them to the YouTube playlist, and present the final collaborative...

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Dan Neilan Dan Neilan Sep 23, 2017. 6 comments

Learn the fascinating history of speed-runners destroying your favorite video games

<a href="https://www.avclub.com/learn-the-fascinating-history-of-speedrunners-destroyin-1818664358" data-id="" onClick="window.ga('send', 'event', 'Permalink page click', 'Permalink page click - post header', 'standard');">Learn the fascinating history of speed-runners destroying your favorite video games</a>

Speed-runners inhabit a unique segment of video game culture. They take something that most people think of as a leisure activity and turn it into an adrenaline-fueled, flop-sweat-inducing test of physical and mental abilities. They push themselves to the brink of insanity all in the name of shaving a few seconds off of their Super Metroid or Legend Of Zelda time. But who exactly are...

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Matt Gerardi Matt Gerardi Sep 19, 2017. 24 comments

15 years later, Super Mario Sunshine is messier and more audacious than ever

<a href="https://games.avclub.com/15-years-later-super-mario-sunshine-is-messier-and-mor-1798264186" data-id="" onClick="window.ga('send', 'event', 'Permalink page click', 'Permalink page click - post header', 'standard');">15 years later, <i>Super Mario Sunshine</i> is messier and more audacious than ever</a>

The opening scenes of Super Mario Sunshine are some of the weirdest Nintendo has ever produced. Upon arriving at the tropical Isle Delfino for a rare, well-earned vacation, Mario, Peach, and Toadsworth, the princess’ heretofore unseen mustachioed servant, discover the island’s graffiti problem. A mysterious “paint-like goop” has showed up all over the place and scared away the Shine Sprites...

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András Neltz András Neltz Apr 03, 2015. 4 comments

The very talented Marinko Milosevski looks back at Super Mario 64 with his latest poster

The very talented Marinko Milosevski looks back at Super Mario 64 with his latest poster

The

very talented Marinko Milosevski looks back at Super Mario 64 with his latest poster. As usual, you can acquire a print through Marinko’s website—but if you’d prefer to just look, you can find the poster in its full glory below.
I Really Wish These Zelda And Ico Movie Posters Were Real

Designed by Kotaku reader Marinko Milosevski, these fake movie posters make me want to watch a film...

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