Feb 19 2008Eye Candy: Nintendo Character Evolutions


Not too long ago we posted the History of Mario Power-Ups and now comes the character evolution of Mario, Link and Donkey Kong. While obviously not a complete history, it's fun to look at and reminisce about anyways. Ah, it seems like only yesterday I was throwing my controller at the freaking television and crying to my mom because I couldn't beat the last dungeon in Adventures of Link. Wait, that was yesterday. I swear they made that game too hard.

Evolution of Nintendo Characters [notcot]

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'm bothered by the fact that this timeline is extremely wrong. Mario's is the only correct one. That's not totally nerdy, right? No. Not nerdy at all.

Wait, where am I?

I agree, this timeline is out of whack. As much as I don't like The Legend of Zelda series, Link's Adventure Link is 3rd and Minish Cap Link is 5th. That's just ridiculous. Donkey Kong's is so f*ed up I don't even want to talk about that.

Yeah, that's not even DK on the kart. It's DK Jr.

i think the point was graphical quality, but even then DK's is effed up
cause they put the brawl version of him sixth, when it should be last

On the Link one, you skipped a generation.

i think that is amazing so realistic thats awsome gooooo uuuuuuuuuuuu

no Dustin thats not nerdy cause thats not right...not even Marios is in the correct chronological order the 5th one came out way after super Mario 64...but what ever the order its still sickk

shouldve done wind waker link instead of adult ocarina of time link, but great idea, looks nice

This is so wrong. I wanna puke

Cody, guy. If by the 5th Mario you mean Super Mario World, that came out before Mario 64. I;m guessing you played Mario advance 2 first you dumb retarded son of a bitch. This list makes me puke, this website should be called poserologie, not geekologie.

Everyone here can suck a cock and die.

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