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Super Princesses (2015)


What if Nintendo made a game like Super Princess Peach, but featuring all the girls?

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Nintendo already tried it, and it got decent to mixed reviews.
See "Super Princess Peach"

Later on some time down the line it got criticism because "Women aren't always about being overly emotional." Ala peach's power cube.
Nintendo threw it in the gaming vault, never to see the light of day again, and now likes to pretend it doesn't exist.

Great art though, love me some Daisy as the assertive self-styled leader.

Linkerluis responds:

Well, I mentioned Super Princess Peach in the artist comments. Mario 3D world (WiiU) comes pretty close, considering you can play as Peach and Rosalina, but Daisy is still missing in the equation.

I would love to see that, and the background koopa looks bored, maybe after these years, you get bored of flying in the same place forever

Linkerluis responds:

I actually don't remember why I drew him so bored XD Maybe I thought it would be funnier? I have no idea

Not going to lie would be an interesting game!

Linkerluis responds:

Mario 3D world was pretty close, but Nintendo Keeps neglecting Daisy on all mainline titles.

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Dec 22, 2019
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