Video game character
This article is about the video game character. For other uses, see Princess Daisy (disambiguation).
Princess Daisy (Japanese: デイジー姫, Hepburn: Deijī-hime, pronounced [deːʑiː çime]) is a fictional character in the Mario series of video games. She debuted in 1989's Super Mario Land as the ruler of Sarasaland. Described as a tomboy, she has been rumored to be Luigi's love interest, similarly to Princess Peach being the love interest of Mario. This became the plot of the 1993 live-action film Super Mario Bros., in which Luigi saves Daisy from King Koopa.
Since her appearance in Mario Tennis, Daisy has been a staple playable character in the Mariospin-off games, often paired with Peach. She was created by Shigeru Miyamoto's mentor Gunpei Yokoi, the producer of Super Mario Land. Yokoi wanted to recreate the feeling of 1985's Super Mario Bros., only set in another world separate from the Mushroom Kingdom.
In video games
Daisy debuted in Super Mario Land, released in 1989 for the Game Boy. Daisy is the princess of Sarasaland, a world outside of the series' usual setting of the Mushroom Kingdom, and is kidnapped by the tyrannical alien, Tatanga, who intends to marry her to gain control of her realm. Mario must traverse the four kingdoms of Sarasaland to track down Tatanga and rescue Daisy. She next made a small appearance in NES Open Tournament Golf in 1991 as Luigi's caddie. She did not appear in another game for nine years until 2000's Mario Tennis by Camelot Software Planning on the Nintendo 64, to introduce more human characters into the game.
Daisy is regularly a playable character in Mariosports games. She appears in all of the Mario Party series since Mario Party 3 except Mario Party Advance, and all of the Mario Kart games since Double Dash except for the first two installments of the Arcade GP series, and all five games in Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games. She also appears in the Square Enix game Fortune Street. On September 29, 2017, Daisy was added to the list of playable characters in Super Mario Run.
Outside of the Mario game series, Daisy was included as a skin in the Minecraft: Wii U Edition Super Mario Mashup Pack, released on May 16, 2016. In every Super Smash Bros. game released since Super Smash Bros. Melee, in addition to Daisy's appearance as trophies, one of Peach's reoccurring palette swaps represents Daisy's colour scheme. Daisy appears as a moveset clone of Peach (dubbed "Echo fighter") in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, playing identically to Peach with only aesthetic differences.
Daisy's Amiibo figurine was released on November 4, 2016, to coincide with the release of Mario Party: Star Rush.
In other media
Daisy is one of the main characters of 1993's Super Mario Bros. film, loosely based on the games, portrayed by Samantha Mathis. She is a student of archaeology at New York University whom Luigi falls in love with. While digging for dinosaur bones under the Brooklyn Bridge, Daisy is kidnapped by two henchmen of President Koopa, the dictator of Dinohattan, of which Daisy is the rightful princess.
Daisy is the prisoner of Tatanga in some episodes of the Nintendo Comics System.
Initially, Daisy drew little comment. In her early appearances, she was so similar to Princess Peach that some journalists assumed "Princess Daisy" was simply a new localization of "Princess Peach" rather than a new character.
Polygon lists Daisy at number six of the top ten Mario Tennis Aces characters ranked by the online audience, stating: "She's had a healthy share of posts and fan art dedicated to her". GameDaily listed Daisy at number eight in a top-ten list of Mario characters who deserve their own game. GamerVision's "Coop" wrote the article "Top Ten Reasons Daisy is Better Than Peach", citing her "less-annoying voice" and "better attitude", and being a better ruler because Sarasaland has only been invaded once, while Peach's Mushroom Kingdom is always being invaded.Destructoid's Gamer's Red Carpet called "her choice of a brave yellow and orange combo dress... as flattering as it is retro", and that her dress and accessories "work much better than Peach's", grading her a B+ overall.
In 2010, Audrey Drake at IGN listed Daisy as a potential valentine for Mario, commenting that being his "brother's gal" made her a sort of "forbidden fruit", and that he had saved her during the events of Super Mario Land.GamesRadar's Henry Gilbert wrote that it became increasingly evident that Luigi also needs "his own princess" and Princess Daisy is the character to whom he is closest. The pairing of Daisy and Luigi was included in Screw Attack's "Best EVER: Love Stories" video. She is number two on Susanna Sheath's top ten Mario characters. Jeremy Parish of Polygon ranked seventy-three fighters from Super Smash Bros. Ultimate "from garbage to glorious", listing Rosalina (Mario) at number fifty-one, Princess Daisy at thirty-one, and Princess Peach at number four.DenOfGeek.com points out that with no rescue narrative between Daisy and Luigi as the basis for romance, she chooses him based on his merits instead of gratitude.
IGN reviewed Daisy negatively at four out of ten, whereas Princess Peach got an eight, Rosalina a seven, and Pauline an eight, but said that the "spark between Daisy and Luigi still burns bright".Lisa Foiles of The Escapist ranked Daisy number one of the top five annoying princesses in video games, but stated she didn't really have a good reason. John Teti of The A.V. Club reviewed Daisy negatively, calling her dress "unflattering" and describing her as a "Princess Peach with brown hair" whose tomboy moniker is undeserved as "euphemistic nonsense".Eurogamer and TheGamer.com refer to Daisy as a clone of Peach in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
Daisy's infant counterpart, Baby Daisy, was listed by 1UP.com as one of the worst Mario Kart Wii characters.
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Anyway,Best Classic Daisy 3D model ever created!
As for the Daisy model 7.0 I think it's the lower bangs, they should have rounder edges.
Hope I helped
Mario Tennis was Daisy's comeback into the Mario series, after not appearing in a game for nine years. This game also marks Daisy's first official playable appearance. According to an interview, Daisy was revived for this game because of the want to have a partner for Luigi, similar to the relationship between Mario and Peach. Daisy is seen in the intro alongside many other characters, frequently right beside Peach. She is a Technique type character, along with Peach, Shy Guy, and Waluigi. Daisy is the most powerful Technique type character in this game. She was voiced by Jessica Chisum. This was also the first game to give her a tan, with the last game to use it being Super Smash Bros. Melee released in 2001. Daisy wears a yellow and white tennis dress based on her dress from Super Mario Land. Unlike Peach, Daisy does not wear her crown in this game.
While Peach and Daisy are seen together in the game's intro, they are not paired together. In Doubles Tournaments, Daisy is Luigi's partner, and Birdo is Daisy's partner. it is the first game to associate Birdo with Daisy.
When Peach hits the tennis ball, hearts will appear. However, when Daisy hits the ball, sparks/stars will appear.
This is the first game to feature Daisy's modern emblem, which is still used as her emblem today. It can be seen on her tennis racket.
In this game Daisy is shown to be rather clumsy. After winning a game, Daisy spins around and throws her tennis racket upwards, stumbles, and manages to catch it just before it hits the ground. When Daisy wins a tournament, she will show a great deal of excitement and energy before falling off the stage and blushing.
- The game description for the Wii U Virtual Console release of Mario Tennis for the Nintendo 64 refers to Daisy as a fan-favorite character.
- During the development on Mario Tennis on the Nintendo 64, Camelot wanted to create girlfriends for Wario and Waluigi, as Daisy was brought back to be Luigi's girlfriend. This means that "Warupeach" was considered to become a real character. However, Shigeru Miyamoto dismissed the idea.
- This game marks the first official playable appearance of both Daisy and Waluigi.
- This is the first and only game in which Princess Daisy has been voiced by Jessica Chisum.
Daisy's in-game model.
Daisy during her trophy celebration.
Daisy and her alternate costume from Mario Tennis in the Tiebreaker mode.
See the Mario Tennis: Gallery.
N64 Mario Tennis OST Trophy Win - Daisy
Mario Tennis 64 - Daisy's Voice
Mario Tennis (Nintendo 64)
Nintendo 64, Wii, Wii U
July 21, 2000
"Don't judge this book by her flowery cover, Daisy possesses superior technique and can nimbly face off against the fiercest powerhouse."
Princess Daisy's Guide Bio, Mario Tennis
Mario Tennis is the first official installment in the Mario Tennis series, first released on the Nintendo 64 in 2000.
This game is incredibly important to the character of Princess Daisy, as it marks her reintroduction to the Mario series and her first playable appearance. This is also Daisy's first time being voiced, with Kate Fleming providing her voice for the first and last time.
Daisy is categorized as a Technique character along with Princess Peach, Toad, Waluigi and Shy Guy, and is considered the most powerful technique character in the game. She doesn't often miss when she's close to the net and her playing style is very swift.
In Doubles Tournament, all characters have a designated CPU character to play alongside the chosen character. Daisy's designated partner is Birdo, who also makes her reintroduction in this game. Daisy is Luigi's designated doubles partner.
Mario Tennis is the first game to showcase Daisy's personality through actions, animations, and voice clips, though it's vastly different from her current one. Daisy's voice is very gentle and serene, actually sounding less energetic than Peach's. Daisy is characterized as graceful but cheerful and endearingly clumsy. After winning a game, Daisy throws her racket up in the air, but it goes further back than she expected, forcing her to run and catch it. During Daisy's celebration of winning a tournament, she gets so caught up in her excitement and gratefulness that she falls off the stage and blushes.
Daisy has an alternate costume in this game, a light purple dress with dark purple accents.
Quotes & Profiles
- "Here we go."
- "Oh, no!"
- "Yippee! Yahoo! Oh, thank you! Thank you-ah! Thank y-woah!"
- Manual Bio:"She rarely misses when playing close to the net."
- Guide Bio:"Don't judge this book by her flowery cover, Daisy possesses superior technique and can nimbly face off against the fiercest powerhouse."
One of Daisy's promotional images for Mario Tennis.
Official artwork for Mario Tennis featuring Daisy.
Daisy watches a tennis match in official art.
- This game marks Waluigi's introduction to the Mario series, and by extension the Mario Tennis series, just like Princess Daisy. This is the first time Waluigi and Daisy's firsts in the Mario franchise coincided, and wouldn't be the last time.
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