Ever since its initial reveal, fans have been eagerly waiting to get their hands on Pokemon Legends Arceus which promises to switch up the formula of the Pokemon games in ways that has many longtime players very excited.
Back when Pokemon Sword and Shield was first announced, fans made numerous memes and jokes about a possible third entry in the series called Pokemon Gun, to the point where one newspaper reported the game as official.
As we’ve reported previously, many Nintendo enthusiasts have been striving for their Animal Crossing or Legend of Zelda LEGO concepts to become actual play sets through the LEGO Ideas website – where fans can vote for their favorite ideas to be considered by the LEGO Group. With upcoming launch of Metroid Dread, here’s one project that might interest Metroid and LEGO fans alike!
For some time, both Nintendo and fans have toyed with the possibility of The Legend of Zelda‘s titular princess taking on a more active role like the series’ hero Link – with some games even introducing a female rendition of Link or having Zelda join Link on his quest. Some fans have even poked fun at the idea of both Zelda and Link completely switching positions as Princess and Hero entirely – and today’s example is no exception!
Twitter user @karaageakinai has shared an interesting project he made for the summer season in Japan.
Realistic Pokemon artist R J Palmer, who worked on the Detective Pikachu film, has shared some ideas for possible new evolutions for Eevee, the Pokemon famous for having many “Eeveevolutions” each representing a different elemental type of Pokemon.
While intended for family-friendly fun, Nintendo’s many colorful characters are often co-opted by the raunchier side of the web for all kinds of salacious shenanigans – such as when the internet exploded from the popularity of the fan-made Bowsette, a Princess-like version of Bowser. Well, it appears that the Koopa King is once again back in the spotlight for all the wrong (and long) reasons.
For years, folks have been clamoring for LEGO to collaborate further with Nintendo beyond just LEGO Super Mario sets – with many pleading the companies to create official LEGO sets for The Legend of Zelda series and more. While these cries are going unanswered for now, some fans and LEGO artisans are certainly picking up the slack with their amazing creations – and today’s example is no exception!
Are you an avid collector of Nintendo’s amiibo figures? Well, here’s a handy little read that you might enjoy on your coffee table!