RJS
Doing that random Mario thing. Actually lucked out and got a real character. (Spike Cannon is from Mario Land 4, Invisighoul is from Yoshi’s Island DS, K9 is from Mario RPG, Tiki Bomber is from DKC Returns.)

Doing that random Mario thing. Actually lucked out and got a real character. (Spike Cannon is from Mario Land 4, Invisighoul is from Yoshi’s Island DS, K9 is from Mario RPG, Tiki Bomber is from DKC Returns.)

WAAWAAWEEGEE TIME by ~ronnieraccoon
NYEHHHHHH
Also Note: Times Peach rescued Mario: 1

Also Note: Times Peach rescued Mario: 1

Inju25ice
(NOTE: THIS IS NOT A SLAM ON ZELDA. I LOVE ZELDA, I’M JUST TRYING TO MAKE A POINT)This is something I meant to draw for months, but didn’t get around to, but since the year’s almost over I better get it done.2011  was the 25th anniversary of the Legend of Zelda (1986-2011) and it was  an anniversary with much fanfare: there were four Zelda games released  this year, Skyward Sword (which also had a special edition), a 3DS  Virtual console release of Link’s Awakening, a remake of Four Swords on  DSi, and a 3DS remoke of Ocarina of time. If you were part of the 3DS  ambassador program, you got three additional games, too: Zelda 1 and 2,  and Minish cap. There was even a 25th anniversary orchestral concert.Metroid,  on the other hand, also had a 25th anniversary this year with little  fanfare, other than a few fan tributes and a V-Con release of Metroid  II, there was no celebration on Nintendo’s part at all. Now don’t go  thinking I feel that Zelda didn’t deserve the attention—it did. In fact  there’s some Skyward Sword fan art that I’ve had on the backburner that  I’ll be posting soon. I just feel Metroid deserved it too.

Inju25ice

(NOTE: THIS IS NOT A SLAM ON ZELDA. I LOVE ZELDA, I’M JUST TRYING TO MAKE A POINT)

This is something I meant to draw for months, but didn’t get around to, but since the year’s almost over I better get it done.

2011 was the 25th anniversary of the Legend of Zelda (1986-2011) and it was an anniversary with much fanfare: there were four Zelda games released this year, Skyward Sword (which also had a special edition), a 3DS Virtual console release of Link’s Awakening, a remake of Four Swords on DSi, and a 3DS remoke of Ocarina of time. If you were part of the 3DS ambassador program, you got three additional games, too: Zelda 1 and 2, and Minish cap. There was even a 25th anniversary orchestral concert.

Metroid, on the other hand, also had a 25th anniversary this year with little fanfare, other than a few fan tributes and a V-Con release of Metroid II, there was no celebration on Nintendo’s part at all. Now don’t go thinking I feel that Zelda didn’t deserve the attention—it did. In fact there’s some Skyward Sword fan art that I’ve had on the backburner that I’ll be posting soon. I just feel Metroid deserved it too.

I only wish this could be a reality.

I only wish this could be a reality.