Sam and Zach talk about 1986's follow-up to the original Super Mario Bros., what was eventually released nearly a decade later in the United States as The Lost Levels! Deemed to difficult for American audiences upon the project's completion, the original Super Mario Bros. 2 has frustrated gamers all over the world for decades and is one of the more obscure classic Mario games. Listen to what the boys think of it all these years later!

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This is the big one: Sam and Zach discuss the 1985 Super Mario Bros. which effectively launched the Nintendo Entertainment System, made the Japanese video game company a household name, and ended the home video game crash that had sent shockwaves through the industry since 1983. Listen as the boys talk their earliest memories of the game and if Mario is best 2D or 3D!

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After discussing video gaming's most iconic character's debut last episode, Sam and Zack delve into his first unequivocal starring role as the eponymous character in 1983's Mario Bros.! Often confused for the original Super Mario Bros. game and associated with its recreation as the bonus stages of Super Mario Bros. 3, Mario Bros. was the character's last major hurrah in the arcades! Listen to the boys as they reminisce over it!

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Sam launches his new special series with his buddy Zach discussing the history and their memories behind classic video games of yesteryear! They decide to kick it all off with the most recognizable figure in video games, Mario, and his debut in 1981's Donkey Kong, the arcade game that launched Nintendo as a video game juggernaut! Listen to them talk all about here!

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