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What if Star Wars was made by Nintendo instead?


1:00 AM on 11.06.2013



James Farr loves to take Nintendo characters and cross them over with movies. We saw his work previously with his Ghostbusters and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles crossover, now it's Star Wars turn.

This reinterpretation sees the like of Link, Mario, and crew taking on Ganondorf to save Prince Peach, and to take down Majora's Moon. All the little nods to Nintendo games are extremely adorable, and I love how James Farr was able to fit in various characters from Hyrule, the Mushroom Kingdom, and more into appropriate roles in this Stars Wars take.






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