Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you already know what this is a parody of. If you haven’t seen the movie yet, the trailer should provide sufficient context. All hail King Koopa!
Freddie Wong works his usual magic to make his version of real life Mario Kart. It’s a shame that the racers were not wearing costumes, but at least the power-ups were not limited to bananas.
A while ago we saw Mario flip out because Peach always gets kidnapped. Turns out there could be more to that. Listen to these two ungrateful misunderstood women tell their side of the story.
Someone’s been helping Mario beat Bowser, and it’s not Luigi, or Yoshi or Toad. It’s that idiot Bowser himself! He’s been gimping his minions all these years and leaving power-ups all over the place.
Classic video game characters who wish to remain anonymous should just put a paper bag over their heads, because as this shirt shows, pixelating their faces only makes them more recognizable.
“But officer, I thought you were a red and blue shell!” Mario finally gets pulled over after one rocket start too many in this 80 MPH t-shirt; if only he had a few banana peels to spare…
Slightly NSFW: Jeremie Duval’s Pulp Fiction and Mario mashup does Tarantino proud with guns and gasoline in place of fireballs; who needs Luigi when you have Travolta in overalls?
A Video Game Quintet is awesome overload, with cosplaying, interpretive dance and homages to Zelda, Pokemon, Tetris, Super Mario and even Pong; PS: epic Halo solo at 1:55.
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