I wonder why in Super Mario Sunshine Peach didn't just threaten Isle Delfino with harsh sanctions or something for an unfair arrest coupled with an unfair trial that entailed in a national security threat for Mushroom Kingdom and why there wasn't some huge media circus around that trial given Mario's celeb status in Mushroom Kingdom.
My dad just freaking called my mom a psychopath and an abuser. Saying that she just plays in her tablet all day while chores are not done while he works. I was pleading him to calm down but he says, "don't tell me what to do".
Sure my mom was complaining about finances and food, usual dreary crap, but my dad's reaction is out of line, juvenile, vile, inappropriate, vicious, toxic, and false. People failing to do chores is a problem that requires civility and respect in order to address and solve it, not psychological destruction that comes with long-term consequences. I don't expect him to apologize for this even though this behavior is absolutely unacceptable especially in light of a mere infraction.
What do you think of the idea of playable Mario in a Luigi's Mansion game? Feels like the state of playability is one-sided: every Mario series eventually get Luigi to be playable such as Dr. Mario and Super Mario Maker, but Luigi's games are (as far as I know) yet to put Mario as a playable character. Is Mario too big that making him have the same role as Luigi makes the latter redundant?
It's surprising that Luigi's Mansion does not currently have a mod that completely swaps Mario and Luigi's roles, making Mario the rescuer and Luigi the one stuck in the painting, including the cutscenes. There's only one mod but it still has some compromises. Not even the 3DS games have mods. Maybe the Switch game would be different.
I played a lot of Super Mario Odyssey. If you think the media pundits covering video game recently look demonically possessed and trying to divert attention away from workplace abuse from the industry and how Trump is diverting funds away from health and education to pay for an oversized garden fence, well, you're on to something.