Feb 222014
Super Mario Theme Performed On Sheng Chinese Instrument

You’ve probably never heard of the Sheng, but it’s actually one of China’s oldest instruments, dating back to 1100 BC.

Li Jin Li performed the classic Super Mario Brothers theme song on the Sheng at the National Concert Hall in Taipeion, Taiwan, and it’s just awesome.

She even includes the iconic ‘coin’ sound effects! 

The video was posted by Asian YouTuber Nsofilm a week ago, but it has only exploded over the weekend now with over 350,000 views!


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Feb 222014
‘Mario Seinfeld’ Is A Nerdy Nintendo Parody About Nothing

This new parody by gamer channel Esquire Bob Animations mashes two unlikely 1990′s fan favorites together: Seinfeld and Super Mario Brothers.

The CGI Mario characters actually look good, and the melding of the two franchises is done seamlessly. 

George Costanaza as Toad, Newman as Bowser, Mario as Jerry. It’s just perfect. 


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Feb 222014
Beating Super Mario Bros. With Only 500 Points

Back in 2011, gamer channel  accomplished the inconceivable. He beat the original Super Mario Bros. game on Nintendo with only 600 points! That video stands with over 2.5 million hits

Now, he has returned to beat his own record, scoring only 500 points after finishing the game. 


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Feb 182014
Street Fighter Red Tape: What is Ryu Really Saying

Ryu is one of the most popular characters in the Street Fighter video game franchise. He has some really sweet moves and a cool karate outfit.

The one problem is, no one is quite sure what he is saying while he performs his special moves. As Pete Holmes demonstrates in this comedy sketch, that can be a problem for the legal team. 


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Feb 172014
The Jamaican Bobsled Team Song

The famous Jamaican bobsled team is back after 12 years of waiting. 

In honor of their team, the Jamaican tourist board put together this reggae song which apparently syncs up with the rhythms of the bobsled track itself. 

The video, titled The Bobsled Song, has an 8-bit retro feel, and has gone viral with over 300,000 views


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