Wario is an exaggerated and more malicious appearing version of Mario. Even his name is derived from a combination of Mario's name and the Japanese word for bad, warui. His outfit is also very similar to Mario's but just in a different color combination.
March 19, 2013 by John
Link (リンク in Japanese) is the fearless fictional character of Nintendo’s epic game, The Legend of Zelda series. Link has been fighting his way through the lands of Hyrule and battling enemies with his trusted mystic Master Sword and Light Arrows. Since 1986 to the present date, Zelda is still going strong!
October 2, 2015 by Amy
In Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, Phoenix Wright is a rookie defense attorney in the Fey and Co. law offices. He’s successful in using his detective skills to exonerate his clients even though it seems like the odds and evidence are stacked against him. The best part of this costume is being able to point your finger yelling “Objection!” to everything.
March 6, 2013 by Jen H.M.
The Angry Video Game Nerd demonstrates his mastery of potty humor and F-bombs in his popular classic video game reviews. Like any good nerd, AVGN always sports a pocket full of pens and Sharpies while he trashes awful games between sips of Rolling Rock.November 13, 2016 by Jalen Sonic Gamer
Although Namco has officially given the character of the original Dig Dug the name Dig Dug, in other games where he makes an appearance, the protagonist goes by the name Taizo Hori (in Japanese order, HORI Taizo), and is the father of Susumu Hori, the main character in the Mr. Driller series. Dig Dug destroys underground monsters by inflating them with an air pump till they explode.
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