Whether offering fast cars or loaded guns, these are our favorite games like the Grand Theft Auto series
A bizarre yet charming spin on what Mario achieved on the N64, this GameCube great takes the icon on a lovely, eco-conscious holiday.
Alright, so it doesn’t feature the iconic adult soup strainer version of Mario we all adore. Still, this classic SNES platformer gives the plumber a key role, and in Yoshi, the dino's greatest moment.
A bumper Mario package that combines an awesome Wii U adventure with a sandbox spin-off that sees our hero take a few cues from Breath of the Wild.
After the slightly out there Sunshine, Nintendo blasted Mario back to stardom with this wonderful space adventure. A true intergalactic great.
Featuring the reappearance of the beloved Tanooki suit, 3D Land brought Nintendo's iconic series back to basics, taking many cues from Super Mario 3.
The game that invented the 3D platformer is still one of the greatest, most influential titles ever made. 25 years on, Mario 64 still feels wonderful to play.
An instant classic that introduced such iconic series staples as the world map and mid-bosses. A total triumph.
The best Mario game ever is also the boldest. Thanks to sidekick Cappy, Mario controls like an ever evovling chameleon. A stone cold classic.