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Peach was originally supposed to be a playable character in Mario Tennis, but was cut due to time constraints. When asked by a fan in an interview if Peach was cut because she was too strong, Shigeru Miyamoto replied, “That was the case with Mario, too. He was too strong, and his personality was too much, so we had to drop his character….I think in the same way, Peach couldn’t pull through and Mario could.” Peach did make an appearance in Mario Tennis, in the unlockable character demo.

Peach, Princess Toadstool, is one of the several Princesses to occasionally be seen in the Mario Party series. The characters first appeared as dealers and against a background in a Mario Party/64 Mario Tennis joke in Mario Party 2.

I have always been interested in my looks and I really like my hair. My grades are a little good, I think I would get good at writing poems, but I don’t enjoy that as much as sports or tennis. I would also do better at this if I was more relaxed, which I am not. I would also do a lot better with love than a friend. I’d also do a little better with a friend than a sports team because that would be more fun.

In general, Peach’s special abilities and powers usually involve hearts. They are mostly seen in the sports installments including, but not limited to, Mario Power Tennis ( Sweet Kiss Return ), Mario Hoops 3-on-3 ( Heart Shot ), Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour and Super Mario Strikers (heart trails follow the balls after special hits). Her special item in Mario Kart: Double Dash!! is also a heart, and allows her to co-opt others’ attacks. Besides hearts alone, Peach will sometimes use the power of love to combat her opponents in sports, such as her Super Peach Spin offensive shot in Mario Power Tennis , or how her Heart Swing in Mario Super Sluggers dazes any male player who tries to catch it, while the other females are immune. In addition, many of her abilities in Super Mario RPG have a heart as her magic symbol. Additionally, the Super Smash Bros. series as of Brawl has generally given her moves more of an embellished feminine flair, such as replacing certain moves and adding details like ribbons, rainbows, sparkles, and hearts to others (including replacing the Peach Bomber’s explosion with hearts).

Peach appears in Mario Tennis 2 as the new host of the tournament. Unlike in her debut title, Peach has a more active role in the game, as she provides commentary throughout the entire match by reading the box scores aloud (or in the DS version, interacting with a radio in the booth).
Peach is seen in the beginning of the Paper Mario series as a paper character participating in a tennis match during her gym class. She’s defeated at the end of the game by the Mario Bros. due to Princess Peach’s weakness to paper Mario. She then appears again in a cameo in the Nintendo DS version of Super Mario Advance 4 as a playable character alongside her brother.
Peach’s reappearance in Super Smash Bros. Melee is a direct result of the GameCube game, Mario Power Tennis (a compilation of three of the four Mario Tennis games) being released for the GameCube shortly before Melee’s release. Peach’s first appearance in Melee is for the Luigi Series, in Luigi’s Mansion. She is playable for only a short amount of time before disappearing again, her short time on screen at the Luigi series just enough to reveal Luigi’s personal jet and fire up a stake for him to ride. However, soon after, she reappears in Melee as a neutral character, playable in a Mii as well as in her own right. She can be unlocked after clearing the Luigi Series and the Monster Hunter Series, in which she is playable in the Final Stand and Final Smash. In the Melee and Brawl titles, she is seen in Luigi’s Mansion to discuss with Luigi on her family. Peach is also an all-star in the Melee Tournament Mode and Brawl Tournament Mode.


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