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James Farr has been creating Nintendo-themed parodies of famous pop culture properties for years, and among his most popular videos are reimaginings of the Star Wars films filled with Nintendo characters and references galore. Today he’s finally come out with Part 2 of “The Triforce Awakens,” his parody of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, which wraps up the story of Mario as Han Solo, Daisy as Rey, the Animal Crossing villager as Finn, and many more.

It would be quite the challenge to try to pick out every single Nintendo reference in “The Triforce Awakens,” as per usual for Farr’s parody videos. His work features clever use of references from both universes he combines, including sound effects, different art assets, and loads of puns.

If you missed out on Part 1 of “The Triforce Awakens,” you can check that out right here. Farr has also animated Nintendo-themed versions of A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi. Visit his channel if you are into his Nintendo-verse mash-ups!

What do you think about this conclusion? And what would you like to see Farr take on next? Should he create animated versions of the prequel trilogy and
Rogue One? Let us know in the comments below!

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Eric Zavinski
Hey all! I've been a gamer since I was three. I'm one of those people with gaming so ingrained in them that watching my father play Super Mario 64 is actually my first memory I can recall. I love writing too! I'm writing an original fantasy series that takes place in another universe; it may take some inspiration from some of my favorite franchises. I've been a journalist for a few years, have worked on local and national teams, and have garnered experience assigning stories, editing, writing, interviewing, hosting a television series, running a YouTube channel, and doing other stuff that's more fun to mention in conversation. Bios can drag on. Anyway, I'm super stoked to be a part of the Gamnesia team! Thanks for having me!

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