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This Peach cosplayer manages to look pretty elegant in the dress despite the backwards cap and dudeness. Seriously, I wanted to laugh at first, but-- at least within the context of PAX-- he's kind of pulling it off! I look a lot more awkward in this (and every) picture, and I'm totally wearing pan...

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And the final update over at the dojo for the week reveals one of the Subspace Army's (which is part of that whole Subspace Emissary thing) bosses, Petey Piranha. As you can see, he holds both Peach and Zelda hostage in their own cage and depending on which one you damage more, that's the hostage ...

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And our last dojo update for the week reveals none other than the princess of Mushroom Kingdom. Peach will return with many of her same moves in tact, allowing her to still utilize her Toad Defense maneuver and parasol during battle. She does look a lot better, though, as there is a lot more detai...

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This fanart is so powerful that it seems to have crushed the Warp Pipe forums under the weight of its own pile of Diggs. We can understand why-- we've certainly been enjoying staring at it for a few hours. The full image is after the break, but even in the detail shown above, you can see the insan...

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This awesome picture made the Digg front page, and for good reason. It's a shame we don't see Toad anywhere. Thanks to commenter Borman, we now know the origins of the sketch (later colored by other forum members) come from the Neo-Geo forums by an artist named hermegildo. Check out the highlights ...

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Crowned and blonde, just like our fair Princess Peach, this new gal materialized in Famitsu's latest preview of Super Mario Galaxy. The Japanese magazine identifies her as Rosetta, but doesn't clarify whether or not her name bears any deeper meaning or relation to the famed translation stone. Tho...

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The title is imperative for a reason. Seriously, you should either be working on a t-shirt right now or headed out to Michaels to pick up supplies. Oh, or reading this post. That's totally fine. To make this Princess Peach shirt, HackerZen user Lenore adapted the technique used by a very faithful re...

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There's a new microsite for Mario Strikers Charged. There is little more than a promo video and some boxart at present, but more is apparently on the way. We got a quick look at the game last month, and thought it seemed pretty fun, particularly in multiplayer. The game will feature online play, th...

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MTV's Stephen Totilo got the chance to chat with Nintendo of America writer Erik Peterson, who's had his work cut out for him with the release of Super Paper Mario. While Peterson explains that most of the work was done for him, as the Japanese development team Intelligent Systems crafted most of th...

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Subscribers to Nintendo's mailing list received a classy invitation to Bowser and Peach's wedding early this morning. Posing for a photo to promote Super Paper Mario's release, the groom looks none too happy about the event. If the crossed arms and eye-contact avoidance aren't indication enough of ...

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Here we thought it was enough that Target was selling our favorite games on the cheap, but that's not the only gem in their huge DS sale. If you happen to be in the market for a new DS Lite, you can also pick up one of these bad boys, though "bad boys" may not be the most appropriate phrase, consid...

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If you only saw screenshots like the one above, you'd be forgiven for mistaking Super Paper Mario for an All-stars-style update of the original Super Mario Bros. When you see the 95 percent complete build on the GDC show floor, though, it's easy to see that the game is a true continuation of the Pa...

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We're not based in Kansas City, which isn't so much a bad thing, but it does keep us from receiving certain newspapers on a regular basis. One writer for the Kansas City Star had a few things to say about the DS Lite and a certain game for it known as Super Princess Peach. Stating that she "never t...

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