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Things I Learned from Mario's Butt

Have you ever wondered why some video game characters wear
trousers and others don't? Or pondered the connection between a character's
toned, muscular derriere and their level of dexterity? What about the depth of
a crack, the jiggle of a cheek?

When it comes to video game character designs, one of the
most overlooked aspects is the buttocks. Les mer
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Have you ever wondered why some video game characters wear
trousers and others don't? Or pondered the connection between a character's
toned, muscular derriere and their level of dexterity? What about the depth of
a crack, the jiggle of a cheek?

When it comes to video game character designs, one of the
most overlooked aspects is the buttocks. Sure, we might appreciate a nice toned butt on a character or giggle at GIFs of farts
from time to time, but how often do we stop to really think about the meaning
of the butt?

In Things I Learned from
Mario's Butt, video game critic Laura Kate Dale brings backsides to the
foreground, analysing dozens of posteriors and asking the important questions:
Has Mario let himself go? Do Link's small buttocks hold him back? When he
dies, is Pac-Man eaten by his own caboose?





























Wedged full of original
artwork by Zack Flavin, and featuring interviews with game developers and guest
butt reviews from gaming favourites such as Jim Sterling, Stuart Ashen,
Brentalfloss and more, this book is a deep dive into why butts are downright
integral to the games we play. So, crack it
open and have a cheeky look inside at some of the most interesting bottoms the
world of video games has to offer.

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Om forfatteren

Laura Kate Dale is a video game critic who has worked as News Editor for Kotaku UK, UK Editor for Destructoid, started the website Let's Play Video Games, and written for IGN, Polygon, Vice, the Guardian and Rock Paper Shotgun. Laura's first book was Uncomfortable Labels, a memoir about growing up at the intersection of being LGBT and living with autism.

@LaurakBuzz