Jul 142014
Wii U Facts Stop Motion

The Nintendo Wii was a huge success. Many thought its successor, the oddly named Wii U, would be just as big of a hit. Instead, when it debuted at the end of 2012, barely any units left the store shelves. But it has slowly been picking up the pace now that Nintendo has released popular games like the newest Mario Kart.

Now, that the system is doing better, Vsauce has posted this stop motion video covering interesting Wii U Facts as a part of their Fact Surgery series


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Jul 062014
Kids React To The Original Game Boy

These days, kids have access to amazing mobile technology that was the stuff of science fiction only 20 years ago. Back then, kids only had one mobile device. Instead of the iPhone, it was the Nintendo Gameboy, and everyone had one. Instead of apps, you had cartridges. Long before there was Flappy Bird, there was Tetris. 

The Fine Brothers decided to show a classic grey Game Boy to their group of kids to see how they react. Surprisingly, many of them recognize what has become the world’s most famous portable video game system. But can the kids figure out how to put a game disk in and play?


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Jun 242014
Kids React To Luigi In Mario Kart 8

After finally debuting, Mario Kart 8 on the Wii U was trending online after silly videos of Luigi giving a serious stare hit the Web. That inspired The Fine Brothers to show their group of kids the video to see how they react to Mario’s angry brother. 


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Jun 232014
Super Mario Bros. 3 A Cappella

Super Mario Bros. 3 for the original Nintendo is still one of the most popular and famous Mario games out there. The game play, the styling, and the music are still fresh to this day. Video game a cappella singer Smooth McGroove has honored the game by covering the timeless music from the first level in this new a cappella performance


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Jun 122014
The Legend of Zelda Wii U Trailer

Besides for Super Mario Brothers, The Legend of Zelda is no doubt the most famous Nintendo video game. Many gamers buy the newest Nintendo system just to be able to play the latest Zelda game.

There’s going to be a lot of Nintendo Wii U’s coming off the shelves now that the newest Zelda game has just been announced at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo. Video game channel IGN has posted the trailer for the new Zelda game which has instantly gone viral in the gamer and nerd community. 


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