Princess Peach

Princess Peach

Princess Peach (ピーチ姫, Pīchi-hime?) is a character in Nintendo's Mario franchise. Originally created by Shigeru Miyamoto, Peach is the Princess of the fictional Mushroom Kingdom, which is constantly under attack by Bowser, and often plays the damsel in distress role within the series and is the lead female. She is often portrayed as Mario's love interest and has appeared in nearly all the Mario games to date; with the most notable being in Super Princess Peach where she is the main protagonist.

Read more about Princess Peach:  Concept and Creation, Design and Characteristics, Appearances, Reception

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Super Princess Peach - Plot
... He sends a Goomba and an army of Hammer Brothers to Princess Peach's castle to capture Mario ... Princess Peach, and Toadsworth, come back to the castle to find Mario and Luigi gone ... Toad runs up to Peach, and Toadsworth attempts to convince Peach to not go after Mario and Luigi, but relents and gives her Perry, a talking parasol that has magical powers ...
List Of Mario Television Episodes - Super Mario World
... "Ghosts 'R' Us" October 5, 104 ... When a Magikoopa abducts Mario, Luigi and Princess Peach, Yoshi and Oogtar must brave a haunted forest to rescue them ... But Yoshi tells Mario, Luigi and Peach that he is joining a social group, not a gang 8 "Party Line" November 2, 108 ... Mario reinvents the telephone for the cave people ... Note Tracy Moore's voice, for Princess Peach, changed in this episode 9 "Gopher Bash" November 9, 109 ... When Luigi teaches the cave people how to grow their own crops, Larry gets a group of Monty ...
Super Mario Bros. 2 - Reception - Legacy
... This is the first game in which Princess Peach and Toad are featured as playable characters ... Princess Peach herself has gone on to star in other Mario games such as Super Princess Peach while Toad has received supporting roles in later Mario games and has ... series, Peach not only has the ability to pluck and throw vegetables, she can also float in mid-air both in the same vein as this game ...
Princess Peach - Reception
... Princess Peach received mostly positive reviews from critics ... The New York Times claimed that Princess Peach had “grit as well as grace” and that her “peachiness did nothing to upset the apple cart of expectation she ... The article claimed that Peach was what “once-unisex, postfeminist parents are shooting for” ...
Super Mario Bros.: Peach-Hime Kyushutsu Dai Sakusen! - Plot
... Suddenly, the picture goes out and Princess Peach appears on the TV screen crying for help from the enemies attacking her and jumps out of the TV ... Until he grabs Princess Peach and takes her into the TV ... Mario then discovers a small necklace that Peach left on the floor ...

Famous quotes containing the words peach and/or princess:

    Nature, doubtless, has some compelling cause
    To glut the carriers of her epidemics—
    Nor did the peach complain.
    Robert Graves (1895–1985)

    At the next town
    the local princess was having a contest.
    A common way for princesses to marry.
    Fifty men had perished,
    gargling the sea like soup.
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)