Kudos to game developer and geek dad Mike Mika, who achieved what few parents can by making the seemingly impossible happen for his three-year-old daughter, a Donkey Kong player who asked the simple question, "How can I play as the girl? I want to save Mario!" Mika and a friend were able to hack the game and replace all the various graphic elements needed to change Pauline from one of Nintendo's best known damsels in distress into a playable heroine. Writing about the
Art: Julien Bazinet mashes up The Dark Knight Rises and other fan-favorite films with Donkey Kong.
Animation: Justice League/Justice League Unlimited will return to the airwaves on August 25 as part of The CW's new Saturday morning Vortexx programming block.
Gaming: Telltale Games breaks down some fun players stats from the second chapter of its choice-based The Walking Dead video game, Star
We used a whole week's worth of effusive adjectives in our write-up of The Brothers Mario, an inspired fan-made video that re-imagined Super Mario Bros. in the style of Grand Theft Auto. The creators of that superlative trailer (and Megabot) are back with a sequel: Brothers Mario 2: Kong Country, in which the grim n'
What does Donkey Kong have in common with the comic book kingdom? Not too too much, to be honest, until you account for his arrival on the custom action figure scene courtesy of a DC Universe Classics Gorilla Grodd action figure