''Mario'', a character in Nintendo Co Ltd's ''Mario Bros'' video games
''Mario'', a character in Nintendo Co Ltd's ''Mario Bros'' video games, is seen at the company's showroom in Tokyo July 28, 2011. Reuters/Toru Hanai

These days the Internet has always been marketed for a much younger audience, people around the age of 15-20, so in a way it's nice that the "Teens React" Youtube series has been a great source of laughs for the older crowd. Though they also do videos for modern trends such as Taylor Swift's song "Blank Space" and Kim Kardashian's controversial photo shoot, they also seem to have a big fondness for nostalgia.

These type of episodes usually center around a bunch of teenagers or pre-teens that try out numerous things from the 80's or 90's, this can range from video game consoles to actual video games. One particular episode featured "Game of Thrones" star Maisie Williams try her hand at playing with an original SNES.

Recently Game Informer reported that they had teenagers try out the Nintendo 64 classic "Super Mario Kart," which the teens didn't have as much of a problem with. Previous episodes had them struggle with ridiculously difficult games like the original "Mega Man," but thanks to its accessible controls and the numerous "Mario Kart" sequels that have hit various Nintendo consoles they were more excited than usual.

Of course some of them had a harder time than expected. One teen named Ethan was extremely confident in his abilities with the previous games, but was dumbfounded when he was almost always in last place when racing against fellow teenager Seth, who ended up winning with a surprising amount of ease.

Still everyone seemed to have a good amount of fun in the end, which is what really matters. There were some overly cocky individuals who got humbled, but even that they harmless in the end. One nice deviation this video had from the usual "Retro Gaming" videos was the lack of complaints for the graphics, usually they would point out how dated the character models look or how weird the pixels are, but for "Mario Kart 64" they focused solely on gameplay, which is a testament to just how enjoyable the original game was and still is.

MARIO KART 64 (N64) (Teens React: Retro Gaming)