You'd never suspect them, but the Mario Brothers are trying to break up your marriage.

According to an annual study by Divorce Online from Deseret News, up to 15% of the divorces in the last year cited VIDEO GAMES as a contributing factor to the marriage breaking up.  "World of Warcraft" and "Call of Duty" were the games cited most frequently.

The year before, video games were cited in 5% of divorces.  The researchers say the jump is probably because of the recession . . . more people are staying indoors, and that can feed video game addiction.