Games from Nintendo
Mario Golf: Advance Tour (Game Boy Advance)
Take on the role of golf students Neil or Ella and enter a world of crazy golf courses and minigame challenges like Club Slots and Go-Go Gates. You'll have to work your hardest if you want to earn the right to challenge the golfing residents of the Mushroom Kingdom.
Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour (GameCube)
The game will feature Mario, Luigi, Peach and Donkey Kong. No big surprises there, but you can probably expect some exciting secret characters to pop up as well.
Mario Golf: World Tour (3DS)
Mario Golf: World Tour includes both simple controls and a deeper experience for golf fans, plus courses that range from traditional to those inspired by the Mushroom Kingdom.
Mario Hoops 3-on-3 (DS)
Mario's always had some serious vertical. He puts that skill to use on the basketball court in Mario Hoops 3 on 3! Assemble a three-player team of your favorite Mario characters and hit the hardwood! As you'd expect from a Mario title, power-ups play a major role. Grab things like Bob-ombs and Red Shells on your way to the bucket. They'll impact how many points you put on the board!
Mario Kart 64 (Wii)
Put the pedal to the metal in this worthy successor to the Super NES classic, Super Mario Kart. Mario Kart 64 boasts great graphics, tons of unique power-ups and a stunning 3-D version of the legendary Battle Mode. With improved courses and a revolutionary head-to-head four-player mode, Mario Kart 64 is sure to win the heart of any race-driving fan. The game includes 20 different courses filled with dips, valleys, jumps, tunnels and bridges. Smooth, precise control -- a trademark of all games from Mario creator Shigeru Miyamoto -- will bring players back time and time again for freewheeling fun.
Mario Kart 7 (3DS)
The newest installment of the fan-favorite Mario Kart franchise brings Mushroom Kingdom racing fun into glorious 3D. For the first time, drivers explore new competitive kart possibilities, such as soaring through the skies or plunging to the depths of the sea. New courses, strategic new abilities and customizable karts bring the racing excitement to new heights.
Mario Kart DS (DS)
Time to race...no wires attached. The acclaimed Mario Kart series has gone wireless, letting players race and battle with up to eight karts at once, regardless of whether everyone has a game card.
Mario Kart Wii (Wii)
Mario Kart Wii will include 16 new courses and 16 classic courses from previous Mario Kart games. For the first time ever, players have the option of racing with either karts or motorbikes. Players can also hit the road as their personalized Mii caricatures in addition to the handful of classic Nintendo characters found in the game. True to the series, the game features tons of racing, plenty of power-ups and oodles of objects for players to use to slow down other drivers. And 10 battle arenas will keep players busy between trips around the circuit.
Mario Kart: Double Dash!! (GameCube)
Players now can choose two characters per kart and use their special abilities and a slew of items to their strategic advantage. The wide range of options allows players to decide if they prefer the size, robust kart and giant banana peels of Donkey Kong or the classic fireballs and steady handling of Mario. No matter the choice, the outcome is pure chaos as eight characters dole out damage in a mad dash to the finish line.
Mario Party 4 (GameCube)
Includes 50 all-new mini-games and multiple fully rendered 3-D game boards.
Mario Party 5 (GameCube)
Mario and his closest friends are trying to restore peace to Dream World by racing around a collection of all-new game boards-and tons of surprises await! The new game sports new game boards, more than 60 new mini-games, new playable characters, an expanded one-player mode and, of course, the multi-player madness that made it famous in the first place.
Mario Party 6 (GameCube)
Mario Party animals rejoice - Mario Party 6 takes the crowd-pleasing series to the next level with more than 75 all-new mini-games, six fresh game boards and a Nintendo GameCube Mic.
Mario Party 7 (GameCube)
Each copy of Mario Party 7 also comes packed with the Nintendo GameCube Mic, which accepts voice commands to control the action in some of Mario Party 7's 80 new mini-games. And for the first time, up to eight players can compete at once in a family-friendly video game that plays like a virtual board game.
Mario Party 8 (Wii)
Whether you're shaking up cola cans or lassoing barrels, you and your friends will be drawn into the action like never before using the Wii Remote.
Mario Party 9 (Wii)
For the first time in the franchise, boss battles crash the party and challenge players to compete to defeat a common enemy. In addition, players now travel across stages together in a vehicle towards a common goal - overcoming obstacles, battling bosses, and collecting Mini Stars stolen by Bowser and his minions.
Mario Party Advance (Game Boy Advance)
Discover the 60 mini-games as you play through the single-player game boards. Earn coins as you play the mini-games, use those coins to unlock Gaddgets, and link up with your friends to duke it out in a two-player battle game, or trade Gaddgets, mini-games and coins to share the party fun.
Mario Party DS (DS)
Mario Party DS combines the easy-to-learn fun of classic board games, the innovative wireless features of Nintendo DS and the imaginative mayhem of the Mario universe. Up to four players of any age can use the stylus, touch-screen and built-in microphone to party their way through dozens of replayable minigames that feature classic characters and dozens of zany challenges. Whether twisting shapes, flipping burgers or battling for precious coins, everyone in the household will find something to love in this action-packed game.
Mario Power Tennis (GameCube)
Choose your friends wisely. Power characters like Donkey Kong and Bowser can hit insanely powerful Megaton Balls, finesse players like Shy Guy can use instant Tornado Returns and defensive masters like Luigi have all kinds of tricks in their bags.
Mario Sports Mix (Wii)
Mario Sports Mix presents these four familiar sports – but with a Mario twist. Players can choose from a variety of playable Mushroom Kingdom characters and can even challenge Mario and friends directly by playing as their own Mii characters. Each game contains a number of Mushroom Kingdom power-ups that can turn the tide of a game in an instant, such as banana peels, green shells and even mini mushrooms. In over-the-top Mario sports fashion, each character can unleash his or her unique special move that ranges from Mario’s fire dunk in basketball to Yoshi’s rainbow attack in dodgeball.
Mario Strikers Charged (Wii)
Mario Strikers Charged introduces nine sensational new stadiums, plus a host of new characters with their own special abilities and power moves. Players create their own teams by mixing and matching captains and sidekicks, then use the Wii Remote and Nunchuk to face opponents in single-player or multiplayer modes.
Mario Super Sluggers (Wii)
It builds on the social-gaming fun and movements people learned in Wii Sports and turns them into a full-fledged baseball game that can be played by every member of the household. Players make a throwing motion with the Wii Remote controller to pitch the baseball and make a swinging motion to swing at the pitch. The game boasts more than 30 playable Nintendo characters and all the madness of a Mario sports game. Just like Mario Kart Wii, it bridges the gap between experienced players and those new to the Wii console, with fun challenges and beautiful graphics.
Mario Superstar Baseball (GameCube)
The superstars of the Mushroom Kingdom gather on the diamond to power up America's favorite pastime.
Mario Tennis Open (3DS)
Play online with your friends in exciting singles or doubles matches, as you trade lobs, drop shots and smashes loaded with topspin. Performing aces will be second nature with the intuitive touch screen and motion controls. Play as your Mii character, or choose from a colorful cast of characters: Mario, Princess Peach, Bowser, and many more. Hone your skills in Special Games that give tennis a Mario twist. Then take on Open Match mode, which will put you in singles matches with players online, and award you with Victory Medals and a place on the leaderboards.
Mario Tennis: Power Tour (Game Boy Advance)
Mario Tennis: Power Tour takes players on a role-playing adventure as they rise through the ranks to become tennis pros.
Mario vs. Donkey Kong (Game Boy Advance)
Donkey Kong has stolen all the Mini-Mario toys from Toad's shop, and now it's up to Mario to hunt down his longtime nemesis and retrieve the stolen goods.
Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2 March of the Minis (DS)
It seems folks love those Mini Mario toys. So much so that the Mario Toy Company has expanded the line to include Mini Donkey Kong, Mini Toad and Mini Peach figures to the series. With all these toys bringing him more money than he knows what to do with, Mario decides to fulfill his lifelong dream and open a theme park called Super Mini Mario World. The opening-day crowd includes Pauline and Donkey Kong, who immediately falls head over heels for the lovely lass. The proud ape tries to show off his Mini DK toy to Pauline, but she picks the Mini Mario toy over his and the jealous Donkey Kong becomes enraged. He smashes the displays, destroys the toys and takes Pauline to the top floor of the amusement park. Players must find Pauline and save the day.
Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Mini-Land Mayhem (DS)
At the grand opening of Mario's third theme park, the first 100 guests receive a new Mini Pauline toy. Donkey Kong arrives as the 101st guest and finds himself out of luck. He grabs Pauline and heads into the park with Mario and his Mini Marios in hot pursuit.
Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Minis March Again! (DS)
Thanks to the runaway success of Super Mini Mario World, Mario and Pauline have expanded their toy-filled theme park and invited everyone to the opening celebration – everyone, that is, except Donkey Kong, who was too late to get in. Donkey Kong decides to crash the party and kidnaps Pauline along the way. Can Mario and his Mini Marios rescue Pauline from Donkey Kong’s clutches yet again?
Mario's Picross (3DS)
Help Mario unlock the mystery of Picross. The secrets lie in the numeric codes at the top and on the left side of each window. Decipher these numbers and uncover a hidden picture in every mind-bending puzzle. It will take quick wits and a speedy pace to solve the clues before the clock runs out. Chisel away boxes strategically and reveal the hidden image in record time. Be careful ? every mistake will cost you precious minutes.
Master of Illusion (DS)
A full repertoire of tricks awaits discovery and practice. Best of all, Master of Illusion comes with a deck of magic cards to get trainees started on the path to magic mastery.
Master of Illusion Express: Shuffle Games (DS)
Learn the illusions, practice up and amaze your friends. Master of Illusion Express: Shuffle Games will boggle your audience members’ minds as they try to figure out how you know exactly what they’re thinking. Also included is the bonus Vanishing Card trick, which the Nintendo DSi system performs for your enjoyment.
Metal Marines (Wii)
Set in the near future, most of Earth’s land has been disintegrated in the chaos of the Anti-matter War. This real-time strategy game portrays the Colonies’ Allied Force – the Metal Marines – in their epic struggle against General Zorgeuf and the Imperial Federation, who are bent on world domination. Commanding the Metal Marines across a series of battles, the player must strategically allocate resources, ready supplies, manage funds and move troops in an effort to outwit and outmove the opponent. The real-time battle system rewards split-second decisions and adaptability in the struggle for military superiority. Unlike most turn-based strategy games, Metal Marines engrosses the player in a fast-paced and frantic battle in which both sides advance simultaneously. A constant eye must be kept on enemy movements to maintain a formidable defense and not miss the perfect chance to strike. Strategic foresight and quick judgment hold the key to victory.
Packed with high-tech weaponry, creepy tunnels and hideous alien creatures, the first installment in the immensely successful Metroid series introduces us to the slick, cybernetic bounty hunter Samus Aran.
The first installment of the immensely successful Metroid series introduces us to the hideous title creatures and the slick, cybernetic bounty hunter Samus Aran. As Samus, your mission is to penetrate the space pirates’ home planet, Zebes, and keep them from destroying the galaxy with the dangerous life forms known as Metroids. Metroid has all the high-tech weaponry, creepy tunnels and crawly alien creatures that anyone could ask for. With its deep and complex game play, excellent music and a rare sense of setting, it establishes a frightening ambience that will haunt and entertain you for a very long time.
Metroid Fusion (Game Boy Advance)
On her way to Planet SR388 with her exploration team, Samus's spaceship is attacked by an unidentified life form. Samus is mortally injured and loses consciousness. The life form that attacks her and gnaws at her body is a parasitic creature, the "X".