Recently, Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity made its debut on the Nintendo Switch. But…what if it had launched decades earlier, instead?
As Pokemon fans will know, Alcremie from Pokemon Sword/Shield is capable of gigantamaxing into an awesome layered-cake form during battle. If you’ve ever wondered what that would look like in real life – well, one hardworking fan has made it happen!
For many Capcom loyalists, the Mega Man Battle Network series represents a silver age for the company – with the blue bomber Mega Man re-fashioned into the hero of an action-RPG instead. Many to this day are still emotionally attached to the Battle Network titles, and one fan is now going the extra mile to give the first game a total overhaul!
By now, most folks will probably be familiar with Among Us – a popular online-multiplayer game where players have to survive impostors in their midst while managing numerous tasks. Well, thanks to the Super Smash Bros Ultimate modding community, fans can now take their backstabbing tactics to the battlefield too!
It’s no mystery that the Pokemon fandom is full of super creative folks that have a knack for beautiful crafts – with many reworking old or unlikely objects into masterpieces. Well, with Halloween dawning next week, it looks like some Pokemon fans are even getting creative with their decorations!
As most fans will know, Nintendo will be celebrating Mario’s 35th birthday this year by releasing a special Game & Watch: Super Mario Bros. console. With The Legend of Zelda’s own 35th anniversary approaching next year, however – one fan took a crack at what Link’s very own Game & Watch console would look like, as well!
For many Legend of Zelda fans, the infamous Zelda games for Phillip’s CDi system will always exist as a black mark on Nintendo’s history. Nevertheless, the internet can’t seem to stop itself from riffing on how awful they are with endless fan-art or memes – and today’s example is no exception!
While Nintendo fans continue to pray for a Persona 5 Switch port, it looks some talented folks have channeled their hopes into something more creative for Mario’s 35th anniversary instead!