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Submitted by Pozzle 1342d ago | opinion piece

Mario Party Is Pretty Messed Up

The Mario Party series isn't quite as innocent as it seems. (GameCube, Mario Party, Mario Party 2, Wii)

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OtakuStudy  +   1342d ago
Despite spending so many hours on this game... (Over every Mario Party game as I have the entire collection), I never picked up on this violence aspect.

I shall never look at the series the same way again... o_o
brish  +   1342d ago
I heard an interesting hypothesis about Mario games.

Mario is a stalker that is chasing the Princess Peach and Bowser is Peach's boyfriend that is trying to protect her from Mario.

Mario is evil!
Tuxedo_Mask  +   1342d ago
I like this take on it better

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StraightPath  +   1342d ago
Braid comes to mind.
lorianguy  +   1342d ago
Not sure I want to watch the video.. I WANT TO KEEP MY MARIO INNOCENCE!!!

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