nintendofreak768:

sodakick:

glux2:

The first one always gets me for all the little details, specially how Link seemingly tried to murder Ganondorf in his sleep.

Reblogging for grumpy dad Ganondorf.

Hey sodakick this is for you

From the latest issue of Famitsu

"Ah, yes. I’ve gotten many complaints about Ganondorf. Why doesn’t he use his sword more? Why isn’t he as powerful as he is in Zelda? Well, when I decided to add him in Super Smash Brothers, of course he was a late addition included only because his physical appearance was easy enough to model swap over Captain Falcon. So I couldn’t do as much justice as I wanted with him, but I worried people would be upset if I left out such an important and striking character. 

Ganondorf is somewhat of a contradiction—-in Smash Brothers, he’s both powerful, yet sometimes comes across as a little worn down, a little tired. In a way, he was greatly influenced by my late father who passed away shortly beforehand. As a child, I viewed my father as a strict-disciplinarian, a man I both feared and respected. But when I grew up, I realized my father, that man I was saw as a powerful figure—-a king—-was often out of breath, and limped along. I wondered why I feared him so much? And in a way, that’s how I’ve developed Ganondorf as a character. Personally I’m quite close to the character, and thus I find it difficult to bring myself to change him too much.”

That is way too precious.

glux2:

The first one always gets me for all the little details, specially how Link seemingly tried to murder Ganondorf in his sleep.

Reblogging for grumpy dad Ganondorf.

the-indiebox:

We have two things to announce with today’s blog! The first is our September Indie Game Spotlight! We’ll be shining our attention on the internet phenomenon that is Five Nights at Freddy’s! Created by Scott Cawthon of Scott Games, Five Nights at Freddy’s has been sweeping the “Let’s Play” Youtube circuit with how creepy amazing it is.

The second announcement is that starting with our September IndieBox, we’ll be including a newsletter in every IndieBox! In this newsletter, we’ll be including ads for our sponsors and partners, our monthly letter from us, and launching new articles where we talk more about the game as well as other features - including going more in depth with our monthly Indie Game Spotlight! This month’s article will feature an interview with Scott Cawthon, creator of Five Nights at Freddy’s, so you’ll get a chance to learn more about Freddy Fazbear, maybe more than you’d like…

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glod14k:

You’ve had your say, Potion Seller, but I’ll have mine. You’re a rascal. You’re a rascal with no respect for knights.

This is the second time I’ve seen someone use my Traveler Mii pattern and it makes me incredibly happy.

glod14k:

You’ve had your say, Potion Seller, but I’ll have mine. You’re a rascal. You’re a rascal with no respect for knights.

This is the second time I’ve seen someone use my Traveler Mii pattern and it makes me incredibly happy.

What’s the point of having Mega Man in the new Smash Bros if Due Vendetta isn’t going to be the last song in the soundtrack?

Ready for Halloween

Ready for Halloween

The last episode of the awesomes second season came out today. This easter egg is Dan Rockslide. He’s a criminal mastermind that was used in a studio break in that involved a giant rock and a pile of broken glass shaped like a window. We decided to keep him around to make sure he wouldn’t commit anymore crimes. And then dressed him up like an old timey villain.

19thcenturyboyfriend:

Football Hero, J.C. Leyendecker

Hey Kelly, did young Commander do any wacky time travel antics? Just sayin.

19thcenturyboyfriend:

Football Hero, J.C. Leyendecker

Hey Kelly, did young Commander do any wacky time travel antics? Just sayin.