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Thread: Who is the best Nintendo character?

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    Samus, thats who. When the original metroid came out, everyone played through, and they were all blown away when they realized that it was a fucking hot chick blowing all of those space pirates away. Seriously. She has a gun for an arm, she can roll into a ball, and she fights space monsters.

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    it depends on what your playing. if its super smash bros then it dosent really matter. but in general prob mario.

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    It would have to be Fox McCloud for sure!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Link all the way, but here are my top five favorite nintendo characters.















    1. Link















    2. Donkey Kong















    3. Mario















    4.Samus















    5. Bowser

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    It's all opinion, honey of course, but the most memorable is Mario. Hands down. Everyone knows Mario. But does that make him the best? Only someone who liked his games would say yes. I did so ......yes it does!! But that's just my opinion.

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    Psshh, I Say Mario And Samus!!!!

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    hear me all the way out on this one. the best character is Samus from Metroid. if any of you remember playign all the way through this game you will know that she jumps shoots rockets (chop chop!!) and all through it your thinking wow this guy is badass. game was great. then at the end you find out it's not a man it's a woman. great games, great twist, only female role (for nintendo) that didn't portray women as weak, emotional, dainty princesses basically.

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    when i played smash bros. for the gamecube i always used this guy with red hair and a sword it's not link but i don't remember who he was.

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    dude sonic fur sure

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    Well, from judging at your answers thus far, many have said Mario, Link, Pikachu, and Samus. These characters are popular, and can definitely be described as among the best of the Nintendo characters.































    Who is the best? Donkey Kong. Why?















    Donkey Kong is the meanest, baddest character, who's got attitude. His calls are not in English, and are not repetitive like Mario's "It's a Me!" and Pikachu's saying "Pika-Pika-Chuuuu!" His wardrobe speaks for itself: a tie, with a yellow "DK" on it. He has the most suave hairdo, and is the strongest. He doesn't need spikes like Bowser, who simply cannot fight and is too fat, and therefore needs other defenses to back him up. No. Donkey Kong is bad, simple, and the best.































    While you're contemplating about my answer, listen to the DK rap, and compare it to any other theme song for nintendo characters. Guess which one is the best. That's right. You know the words.

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