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October 15, 2018

Now Bowsette Is In Breath Of The Wild

Having already been added to Mario 64 and New Super Mario Bros. Wii, it’s now time for Bowsette to venture off into the wilds of the latest Zelda.

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October 8, 2018

Bowsette Is Now A Final Boss Battle

We’re still doing Bowsette stuff? OK, here’s the end of New Super Mario Bros Wii, modified by StupidMarioBros1Fan to replace Bowser with a giant, fire-breathing Bowsette.

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September 28, 2018

Which Bowsette Is Best?

As far as Gita and I were concerned, only one video game news story happened this week: Bowsette. We declared on Twitter earlier this week that we’d do a whole episode of Kotaku XP devoted to her. We didn’t realize until yesterday that we needed a full hour to talk about her. If you’d like, you can call this week’s…

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September 28, 2018

Turns out, Nintendo created Bowsette before the Internet did

This month’s last major Nintendo Direct video presentation included a reveal of another New Super Mario Bros. game—a Switch port of its last Wii U installment—with one curious twist. It includes a few new playable characters, and one of those, Toadette, can don a crown power-up and turn into a Toadette-Peach hybrid dubbed Peachette.

Fans didn’t take long to imagine what might happen if other Mario series characters put that same crown on and transformed into Princess Peach hybrids, particularly Bowser. Thus, Bowsette was born in a wild flurry of detailed fan art (and we thank NintendoLife for this SFW gallery of examples). But as Nintendo itself revealed on [...]

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