Top 25 Most Hated Nintendo Characters Of All Time –

This article lists the 25 most hated Nintendo characters of all time. This is important because it shows how people perceive them. Some are good and some bad, others fall in between but they have one thing in common: People hate them!

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On its way to become a family-friendly video gaming corporation, Nintendo has built a slew of endearing characters and mascots.

Mario is a good-hearted, hardworking plumber. Luigi loves his little brother and is prepared to face his worries in order to serve others.

Kirby, on the other hand, is just lovely!

However, a few bad apples have managed to sneak through the gaps. And each true Nintendo fan can think of at least one character they despise, if not actively despise.

Here are the most despised Nintendo characters, according to the Internet, whether they’re obnoxious, frightening, or too nasty even for a villain.

 

Tingle from the Legend of Zelda series is number 25.

Many people despise Tingle, which may come as a surprise to some of you.

Isn’t it insane?

Here’s a man who chose to forego a regular life in order to live his best life as the reborn fairy he thinks he is – and you think that’s something to hate?

You should be ashamed!

However… Imagine peeking out your apartment window and seeing a middle-aged guy dressed in green spandex float past on a red balloon like a drone.

Was he watching you? He most certainly was… Even if he wasn’t, it’s still unsettling.

Tingle gets the least-hated slot on the most-hated list as a compromise.

 

24. Mario Kart 8 – Pink Gold Peach

Pink Gold Peach from Mario Kart 8

For obvious reasons, Peach is one of the most popular characters in the Mario universe.

She’s graceful, prim, and proper, and she handles every circumstance with the elegance of a queen – even while she’s being abducted.

Now, what about Pink Gold Peach? That’s an other thing altogether.

Her design isn’t horrible, but it’s lacking in creativity and repetitious. Metal Mario, on the other hand, has a history, having appeared in SM64 (1996) and the SSB series, while Pink Gold Peach is only a filler character.

People despise her because she represents sloppy game design.

 

Princess Daisy from the Super Mario series is number 23.

Princess Daisy from Super Mario Series

Daisy is the only princess I’ve seen people despise more than Pink Gold Peach.

People perceived the monarch of Sarasaland as a cheap rip-off of Princess Toadstool when she first appeared in Super Mario Land (1989). Her role in the infamously bad Super Mario Bros. live-action film from 1993 didn’t assist her cause.

What drew the most attention was her updated design for Mario Tennis (2000), which many players mistook for a simple recoloring of Peach to fill in the gaps.

Daisy has a lot going for her as an athletic and down-to-earth persona. She merely needs Nintendo’s aid and characterisation to fulfill her full potential.

 

Donkey Kong – Donkey Kong Series (number 22)

Donkey Kong from Donkey Kong Series

Some of you may be startled to see your favorite video game monkey on a “most despised” list, but you just have to look at his track record to see why.

He is not just the first enemy of the Marioverse, which began with the arcade smash Donkey Kong (1981), but also a recurrent baddie who allows his negative emotions to control him.

The Mario vs. Donkey Kong series exemplifies this, with DK taking hostages and attempting to capture the means of (mini-Mario) production just because he feels left out.

 

DKC 3: Dixie Kong’s Double Trouble! 21. Kiddy Kong

Kiddy Kong from DKC 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!

Kiddy Kong, the young primate that acts as Dixie Kong’s sidekick in the third Donkey Kong Country game, is a little-known monkey that most of us would want to forget.

There’s a lot to be said about his sluggish, lumbering motions throughout the game.

You can’t help but feel sorry for Dixie, who is responsible for a monkey infant while simultaneously attempting to save the rest of the family.

Kiddy Kong irritates me because of his undeniable ugliness.

Kiddy Kong is horrifying. Babies are meant to be adorable.

What’s up with his lips? His proportions are also… off.

KK is also very powerful for a newborn, which is a tragedy waiting to happen.

Babies are filthy degenerates who can’t stay alive for more than 10 seconds without causing havoc. Consider what a heroic infant can do…

 

Toad from the Super Mario series is number 20.

Toad from Super Mario Series

Having a harsh and irritating voice is a good indicator of how much gamers will dislike you.

Toad’s voice wasn’t always like this.

Isaac Marshall gave him with a high-pitched yet generally melodious voice in Mario Kart 64 (1996). He has a childish voice, yet it is vibrant and suits this small kid nicely.

However, Isaac Marshall was only ever a guest voice actor. Toad already had his signature shrill voice, which sounds like Marge Simpson on helium, in Super Mario Advance (2001).

 

Waluigi is a character from the Super Mario series.

Waluigi from Super Mario Series

Waluigi is a contentious issue among Marioverse enthusiasts.

While some see the lanky, mustachioed figure as an underdog that Nintendo purposely mistreats and excludes from major titles like as Mario and Super Smash Bros., others regard him as a lousy filler character.

Waluigi, in truth, is both at the same time.

Camelot made this person to be Wario’s Mario Tennis partner, and he’s based on Luigi, who is also a “green Mario.”

Despite being a carbon duplicate, Waluigi has risen through the ranks of popularity and become a meme hero.

 

Pikmin Series – 18. Louie

Louie from Pikmin Series

Louie was added to the Pikmin series as Olimar’s right-hand guy, a kind of Luigi to Olimar’s Mario.

But, if Luigi is so popular, why is Louie so despised?

It’s because Louie is always getting into mischief.

He’s the type of employee that makes small-business owners adopt stringent restrictions to keep them from slacking off, and if he worked at a pizza parlor, he’d probably devour all the toppings.

It’s all his fault. In Pikmin 2 (2004), Olimar and himself must go treasure hunting on the Pikmin Planet to settle their company’s immense debt, and there’s grounds to assume he was manipulating the Titan Dweevil, the game’s final monster.

Did I mention he enjoys insect eating?

 

Fates of Fire Emblem: Camilla

Camilla from Fire Emblem Fates

There are two distinct factions among Fire Emblem fans.

On the one side, there are the die-hard pre-Awakening aficionados who play the game for the tactical challenges.

On the other hand, there are others who like flirting with medieval fantasy cuties after the Awakening.

Old-school fans despise Camilla as a symbol of the franchise’s degeneration. She’s solely there for the fanservice, in their view, and she doesn’t even have you work for it.

She’s evidence that FE has evolved into a romance sim rather than a tactical game.

 

16. Pokémon Jynx

Jynx from Pokémon

I have very bad sentiments about this one.

Jynx has always bothered me since I was a youngster. I believe it was the way this Pokémon appeared to emphasize its “sexual” characteristics at the time that bothered me.

I got over it eventually.

However, as I became older and wiser, I realized that Jynx might be really hurtful.

I’m not the most politically correct person, but everyone can see how Jynx’s design and blackface characters are quite similar. In subsequent years, Nintendo has altered her skin tone brighter and more purple-y than black, but the memory lingers.

 

15. Fawful – Mario & Luigi Series

Fawful from Mario & Luigi Series

Fawful is one of those villains we love to despise, and we despise this nasty bean even more.

Introduced in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga (2003) as Cackletta’s right-hand man, Fawful carved himself a place among the greats with his unusual personality.

With his portrayal as the major villain in Bowser’s Inside Story, he instilled hatred in the hearts of fans (2009).

Something about his facial expression irritates me. It’s the expression of someone who has never felt guilt in their lives.

 

Mr. Resetti from Animal Crossing: New Leaf

Mr. Resetti from Animal Crossing

Old-school gaming may be unfamiliar to our younger readers.

Back in the day, though, you had to save your game manually.

This was a pain, but it enabled you to quickly return to a prior save state after making a bad choice or failing a skill check.

Mr. Resetti, a nosy mole who will chase you down and scold you at long everytime you reset the game without saving, has always been present in the Animal Crossing series to try to prevent this.

It’s really irritating, and many gamers hold Mr. Resetti in high regard.

Mr. Resetti was able to pursue another career once AC: New Horizons (2020) added an auto-save option.

 

13. Super Mario Odyssey: The Broodals

The Broodals from Super Mario Odyssey

The Broodals are a new addition to Mario’s villain roster that I’d prefer not to see again.

This troop of villainous bunnies resembles the Koopalings, who appeared in Super Mario Odyssey (2017) to relieve Bowser’s minions.

They’re unattractive, unimaginative, and their leader, Madame Broode, is completely unlikeable.

In popular culture, anthropomorphic bunnies have been overused. There’s Bugs Bunny, Roger Rabbit, Judy Hopps, and the Energizer Bunny, and the Broodals’ character design pales in comparison.

Please keep these gentlemen at the back of the drawer, if any Nintendo employees are reading this.

 

Mido — The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

Mido from TLoZ: Ocarina of Time

Mido — a demanding, irritating Kokiri who would obstruct Link’s route to the Deku Tree at the start of Majora’s Mask – may be remembered by those with a good recall.

Mido is despised for good cause.

He’s a xenophobe who treats Link like an outsider and undoubtedly insults him behind the scenes, even blaming Link for the death of the tree after you sacrifice your life to slay Gohma.

Mido ultimately reflects on his crimes and apologizes to the now-adult Link after Ganondorf destroys the world – but it was too little, too late.

 

TLoZ: Skyward Sword – Groose

Groose from TLoZ: Skyward Sword

Groose, a gruff and immature adolescent from Skyloft who perceives himself as Link’s opponent, is another well-known bully from The Legend of Zelda.

The issue is not the rivalry itself, but Groose’s approach to resolving it.

He’ll go to any length to eliminate Link, particularly if Zelda is close.

This ultimately leads to his stealing Link’s Loftwing, which is clearly unlawful action.

Groose does, however, have a redemption arc. I could even claim that at the conclusion of the game, he was OK, but it doesn’t explain his previous actions. It’s never cool to be a bully.

 

10. Super Mario Bros. 3 – Angry Sun

Angry Sun from Super Mario Bros. 3

You don’t need a complicated personality to dislike a character.

Take Super Mario Bros. 3’s Sun for example (1988). Despite just appearing in two stages and having no conversation, his enraged visage and hard-to-avoid strikes make it repulsive.

What exactly is it enraged about?

We’ll never know, but it seems to be hell-bent on taking it out on you.

 

9. Super Mario Bros. – Hammer Bros.

Hammer Bros. from Super Mario Bros.

The Hammer Brothers, extremely complex bipedal hammer-launching weaponry systems disguised as Koopas, are another tilt-inducing pair of Mario foes from the NES days.

These Olympic-level hammer throwers are the most powerful and unpleasant soldiers of Bowser’s army.

They’ve been Mario’s worst nightmare since World 3-1 of the original SMB (1985).

On the one hand, they’re revered as a throwback to the glory days of 2D Mario side-scrolling platformers – yet after you die at their hands once or twice, years of resentment flood back.

 

8. Animal Crossing: Tom Nook

Tom Nook from Animal Crossing

Animal Crossing has a lot of nice characters, but it also has a lot of bad ones.

Tom Nook, for example, seems to be a decent person who will help you settle into your new life before pushing you into a big debt that you will spend the early game attempting to repay.

In this perspective, the tanuki represents a capitalist system that forces you to work as an indentured servant (read: slave) merely to be able to purchase a tiny town house.

That’s not to mention the fact that he exploits his young nephews Timmy and Tommy without respect for anti-child labor regulations.

Yes, there is a compelling case for people who dislike Mr. Nook.

 

7. Super Mario Series – Baby Mario

Baby Mario from Super Mario Series

Few things are more irritating than a newborn wailing for attention.

When it’s a digital baby, the elements of us that make us love them anyway don’t function.

When Super Mario World 2: Yoshi’s Island initially came out in 1995, Baby Mario was a popular character since he would cry nonstop throughout the game.

It was harsh and annoying, not to mention monotonous.

It’s the kind of stuff that makes you want to play a game without any sound.

 

Kirby Super Star – 6. Marx

Marx from Kirby Super Star

Marx is a charming jester with a bow tie and an innocent facial expression that makes you want to squeeze his cheeks when you first encounter him in Kirby Super Star.

But underneath all of the charm and seeming good intentions is a cunning villain who will go to any length to achieve their goal of global dominance.

In video games, betrayal is routine, but seeing at Marx’s dumb expression after he’s changed into the final boss of the Milky Way Wishes campaign will incite you to rage.

 

5. Star Fox 64’s Slippy Toad

Slippy Toad from Star Fox 64

Most video games place us in the shoes of heroes who risk their lives to rescue the world, but gamers aren’t fond of those who frequently seek for aid.

Never mind that certain characters, like Slippy Toad from the Star Fox series, have a harsh and irritating voice.

Slippy has known Fox for a long time, and his first appearance was in the original NES Star Fox (1993), but it was in Star Fox 64 (1997) that he gained notoriety for repeatedly seeking help.

I don’t blame those who went so far as to shoot Slippy down themselves as soon as feasible.

 

4. Duck Hunting with the Dog

Dog from Duck Hunt

The dog from the original Nintendo Entertainment System launch title Duck Hunt is one of the most recognizable video game bullies (1984).

Duck Hunt was difficult, like any good old-school game should be. If it hoped to keep you playing despite the monotonous gameplay, it had to be.

The snickering dog that mocks you everytime you fail was another way the game kept you coming back.

Even if you were bored, you’d return to see if you could prove to him who the true duck hunter was.

The problem is that you can’t. The game is hopeless.

Even if you reach LVL100 (which requires a great deal of talent), the game just glitches out, guaranteeing that the dog constantly laughs at you!

 

3. Earthbound – Porky Minch

Porky Minch from Earthbound

Bullies who use the vulnerable to vent their rage are nasty.

But it would take a million typical high-school bullies to equal Porky Minch’s level of wickedness and destruction.

Porky begins as Ness’ obnoxious and enraged next-door neighbor. He’s arrogant and difficult, but he’s also a complete coward.

His talents include smiling insinceramente and utilizing Ness as a shield throughout his brief stint in the party. That should tell you all there is to know about his character.

After that, he gets progressively wicked, gradually sinking further into the abyss until he becomes the universe-devouring baddie’s right-hand man.

He’s a well-written villain, but he’s also deeply repulsive, giving him a high rating on our list.

 

2. Navi – The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

Navi from TLoZ: Ocarina of Time

Ocarina of Time’s nice fairy is the poster child for obnoxious video game characters.

Navi’s largest contribution to OoT is eating away at your sanity by repeatedly shrieking “Hey, listen!” in a squeaky voice. She does give some practical assistance, such as helping Link lock on to opponents with Z-targeting.

However, Navi is an exception among despised characters.

Because, despite making the game less pleasurable, she is regarded as a symbol of Ocarina of Time. People even get tattoos of her to commemorate happier times!

 

1. Pokémon Zubat

Zubat from Pokémon

Assume you’re a Pokémon Master.

When you eventually spy a town, you’ve been on the road for days, surviving off of Soda Pop and Rare Candy.

Hallelujah! You’ll finally be able to relax, but you’ll have to navigate a tunnel to get there.

You enter the black maw in front of you, terrified but with no other option, only to be swamped by a cloud of Zubats. Until you make it out or run out of gas, it’s a Pokémon fight for your life.

What should have been a 5-minute dash across the cave has turned into a 40-minute crawl, and you’ve strewn empty potion bottles all over the place.

That pretty much sums up every cave in the early Pokémon games.

It’s no surprise that so many people despise Zubat.

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