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The best eggs in games – Nintendo Life

It’s Easter, and here at Nintendo Life we ​​think Easter Egg features are more over the top than an egg boiled for 20 minutes. Also, we already know all the Easter Eggs in games, from Chris Houlihan’s room to the secret Tingle dungeon that you can find in Skyward Sword by entering the Konami code. (The last one isn’t real. Right?)

But Easter is all about eggs (among other things), so why not celebrate our yolk-loving friends with a list of the very best eggies in video games? As you chew on a hollow facsimile of a chicken oval this weekend, think of all the excellent eggs there have been over the years. Isn’t that the true meaning of Easter? (no)

togepi

From: Pokemon Gold and Silver

Togepi is an emblem of a simpler time in the Pokémon games. The precocious little lad didn’t appear in the games at first, but in the anime, and later appeared in Pokémon Gold and Silver as an egg that would later hatch. It eventually evolves into a species long Egg, Togetic, and finally some kind of flying egg thing, Togekiss. What is he besides “egg”? We may never really know.

Dizzy

From: The Dizzy Series

If your first answer to “What’s a good egg in games” is “Dizzy,” then congratulations: you’re over 30. Dizzy is an anthropomorphic egg and prince of yolkfolk who first appeared in the game of the same name on the Commodore 64 , Amstrad CPC and ZX Spectrum in 1987 and later appeared on the Nintendo Entertainment System in a game called Treasure Island Dizzy (or simply Dizzy II). If you want to meet the original egg, you can play Fast food dizzy on the switch!

Paper Baby Yoshi (or whatever you called him)

From: Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door

While adding Yoshi’s Eggs to the list of the best eggs in games would be an easy win, we think that’s kind of an excuse… when there’s a lot more to Paper Mario Interesting Execution. In Thousand-Year Door’s fantastical, peerless Glitzville chapter, Mario and friends are given a mysterious egg that follows them and eventually hatches into a baby yoshi, whose color depends on how long you’ve waited to hatch it. He’s easily one of the best companions in the game, and you can pull it off too Surname he himself!

Sweet

By: Pokemon Red and Blue

Exeggcute isn’t a great competitive Pokémon, nor is it a particularly attractive partner… But this group of egg-shaped buddies is still intriguing. Why do they all have different emotions? Are they one-of-a-kind pieces that just happen to be hanging around in packs of 6? Why did the head crack open? Is the one in the middle the leader? So many questions. So many eggs.

Billy Hatcher’s giant egg

From: Billy Hatcher and the Giant Egg

As the only game on this list that actually has “egg” in the title, Billy Hatcher’s debut had to be here. Billy Hatcher, one of the earlier games Yuji Naka worked on, had you play the titular chicken boy whose powers could be awakened with eggs. You breed the eggs Katamari-style, trying to avoid anything that might damage them until they hatch – but the titular giant egg is a special case that can grant wishes. Our only wish is an Egg Sarnie.

You

From: Dark Souls: Remastered

What better egg can there be…but she? In Dark Souls you’ll find a large nest, and when you get there you’ll get a prompt to “curl up like a ball”… which makes you look like it bit like an egg. Wait a while and you’ll eventually get the attention of a damn massive crow that will pick you up (egg shape) in its claws and carry you all the way to it Miscellaneous Nest in the Northern Undead Asylum. Best fast travel ever? Eggsactly.

dr Eggman

From: Sonic the Hedgehog

Can you imagine being so plump that you earn the nickname “Eggman” and then calling everyone that so you don’t just do that you forget that your name is dr. Robotnik is but you end up Call yourselves Eggman? Kudos to Eggman for being so laid back with a very mean nickname, and for his impressive physique too. Sonic’s rival is what a villain should be: weirdo, inventive and somehow always ready and willing to carry out his startlingly insane plans without having prepared for them to be thwarted by the same speedy hedgehog.

Chao Egg

By: Sonic Adventure

What’s an egg if it’s not a human? In Sonic’s case, it’s a Chao Egg: the egg that hatches into a Chao, Sonic’s occasional pet. Granted, the chao itself is better than the chao egg, but there is possibility and potential in this egg as you can grow your own in the chao garden. Will this Chao be able to swim better? Will it be particularly nasty? You just won’t know until it hatches!

Leon’s balls

From: Resident Evil 4

When you run away from a zombie horde a bunch of spanish lads infected with Las Plagas, you’re probably thinking one thing: boy, could I really use a handy protein source right now. Enter the humble egg. Found on the corpses of all the random snakes you find around, and even the occasional chicken, these eggs may be the only thing standing between Leon and an early death. You can even throw them to briefly stun enemies! What can’t they do?

The Wind Fish Egg

From: Link’s Awakening

By far the largest egg on this list, the iconic spotted windfish egg from Link’s Awakening informs the entire storyline of the game. There’s no creature inside the egg – it’s a whole dungeon full of shadow monsters, and once you’ve defeated them all… well, that would be a spoiler. The egg is full of spoilers. That’s actually not important: what’s important is that the egg is a very beautiful and very large egg. good egg

Kazooie’s eggs

By: Banjo-Kazooie

Banjo is a bear and Kazooie is a bird. Bears don’t have any special abilities, but birds can lay eggs – and Kazooie’s eggs are a great ranged weapon against enemies. Should we be concerned about how quickly we’ll ask Kazooie to pull these out, or that she’ll shoot them out of her… mouth? Or that the noise she makes sounds like gagging? We try not to think about it too much.

The Minecraft Egg

From: Minecraft

The best way to get chickens in Minecraft is to hatch them yourself. How do you usually incubate eggs? With an incubator, of course, and lots of patience – unless you’re into Minecraft, in which case the answer is “throw them, of course.” One could argue that the greatest Minecraft egg is actually the Ender Dragon Egg – it’s rare, it’s immobile, and it’s the symbol of one of the hardest achievements in the game – but sometimes it’s the simple things that deserve recognition.

Eggert Benedict

From: The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles

Mr. Benedict isn’t exactly a nice person, but this top hat-wearing rich fellow is a key witness in one of The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles’ most exciting cases, with a title befitting a series that loves its weird pun names. We won’t say much more because of spoilers. But God, what courage does it take to go out into the world with a name like Eggert Benedikt.

Stop ‘n’ Swap Eggs

By: Banjo-Kazooie

An Easter egg that’s also an egg! Or more precisely six eggs! These Secret Eggs were originally intended as a reward for players who owned both Banjo-Kazooie and Banjo-Tooie, as long as they were able to switch between the two cartridges (a technique called Stop ‘n’ Swop) – but made hardware changes this possible impossible, and so the eggs passed into legend. You can actually get these eggs through cheats, but they don’t do much.

You may have noticed that a particular egg (or rather collection of eggs) isn’t quite on the list. That’s because no one likes her.

All other eggs are preferable. We love you egg!

What are your favorite eggs in games? do you actually have one Of course you do. Let us know in the comments!

https://www.nintendolife.com/features/best-eggs-in-games The best eggs in games – Nintendo Life

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