I think she’s Japanese. She’s probably Japanese. There’s some bizarre timing and cluttering issues that you really only get from Japanese minds. There is a weird moment at the end, but anyone could have done that. She wants Mario inside her, and yes that’s a euphemism.
Tag Archive for Mario
I’m not sure how this happened. Mario and Luigi have combo attacks, but I haven’t seen anything like this… and it’s weird.
I’m not sure how to react to this, I know no one really knew about this beforehand, and I’m not sure who outside of Luigi fans might want this. Nintendo is apparently remaking New Super Mario Bros U that remasters all the levels and makes it so it stars only Luigi. A lot of the fun of the first one was playing with friends, but if you are up for a solo romp again, you check this out when it happens. I was the older child, so I got Mario a lot, I’m not sure this appeals to me.
Even better than the first Mario Ghostbusters mashup, this nearly beat for beat animation really is what mashup parodies should look like. If you are making one and it’s not as good as this one, you should probably stop and reexamine yourself and your plan. Everyone has to do better now, right Greg?
Winter is coming to Mario World, did you bring your coat?
It’s first person and it’s in 3D. Mario can now awkwardly jump around with no sense or rhyme to to why he’s is able to jump on repeated cannonballs without seeing most of them. Actually, I had to check out the minimap in the corner to figure out why he kept going back and forth, because that level looks like a straight line. These Super Mario Bros 3 levels would have been much easier if they weren’t self-scrolling.
So you’ve got that 3DS. And it’s not doing much for you. Sure, you’ve got Fire Emblem to entertain you, but when’s the last time you turned it on before then? Probably been a while, right? And that’s perfectly understandable, there just aren’t a lot of games available for the system. Nintendo has a few decent games, but the third party support is, at best, terrible.
So, what’s the solution? Is Nintendo going to entice new developers to the system? No, of course not. Instead, they’ve apparently decided to make up for the lack of the games by just making them all themselves. Mario and Luigi: Dream Team, New Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D, Pokemon Mystery Dungeon, Mario Golf. Don’t worry about the fact that no one else is making games for the thing, Nintendo’s got you covered.
Unless, you know, you want something starring a character that doesn’t routinely join Mario for Kart racing. Then you might be in trouble.
Oh, and Donkey Kong Country Returns? That was a game built from beginning to end around the co-op. Why would you port it to a system designed for one player? That’s crazy talk.
Everything about this is clever, all the way up to the fact that Luigi is better at busting ghosts than Mario. You have to look close for a couple Easter eggs including Super Scopes being used for the ghostbusting gear (better than vacuums). No for the sequel when they use goomba juice and Mario World music to move a giant Donkey Kong statue.
Somehow amazingly timed with Nintendo’s announcement of Super Smash Bros coming to the Wii U, we have these two Asian guys dressed up as Mario and Luigi having a fight in an alley. Lots of great moments, except for not actually being a Super Smash Bros game. Very excited.
The rumored Yoshi Land game was announced officially today. So, yeah, we are getting a new Yoshi game. But it’s from the Kirby’s Epic Yarn team, who has apparently decided “Hell, let’s just do that again” with a Yoshi composed of yarn. So, I dunno. I never played Kirby’s Epic Yarn. Did the rest of Kirby’s features transfer over, he just happened to be made of yarn? Hopefully. I really don’t want to see a Yoshi game that screws with the mechanics of playing Yoshi. That would be just terrible.