Link is a warrior slashing through hordes of his enemies. In this illustration from Jeremiah Lambert Arts, Link stands with Zelda on top of a pile of his fallen enemies, like any great warrior should. The other illustration shows a heartless Mario stomping on hapless Goombas, leaving a mess of spilled intestines through the mushroom kingdom.
So here’s the final episode of the webseries Mario Warfare. It sure did come a long way from its crowdfunding on Kickstarter. The series followed up its first episode with others released at irregular time periods. And finally, here’s the finale. It’s the longest episode from the series yet, touching almost eighteen minutes.
We’re just surprised a Mario – Game of Thrones mashup took this long. Well, it’s finally here. The opening credits of Game of Thrones played in Mario music style, and displayed on the game map.
Mario Warfare gets a bit more serious this time with Peach fighting Wario, and Mario taking on Waluigi. Well, it did have a bit of fun with Snake showing up at the start and summing up Metal Gear Solid for Luigi.
This is a great way to arrange shots if you’re going to have a video game themed party. According to reddit user wickstone, the party was arranged by his best friend, who apparently as a good host decided to arrange shots in the shape of Mario. He posted another image, showing the glasses go out …
The latest installment in the Mario Warfare series has shown up quicker than the usual. This time, they take the war to Bowser.
In the fifth installment of Mario Warfare, Peach gets her army of video game heroes ready, and onwards they march to Bowser. While the last one referenced Fight Club, this one gives a nod to Lord of the Rings.
Super Mario New York City subway map takes a detailed enough look at the NYC subway, while staying true to the world of Mario. Comparing subways with pipes, you could see exactly how much Mario would love the idea, though he’d probably be shocked at how clogged NYC’s travel pipes are, as compared to the warp pipes of the mushroom kingdom. The print is priced at $25.
Running for six minutes, the video here gives a good, exhaustive look at the gameplay in the upcoming Super Mario 3D World game. We’ve got to say, it looks fun.