The game that inspired this entire week of PETA Games, and the first to be hypocritical, is the third “parody” of Mario games and the first to get any sort of traction within the gaming community: Super Tanooki Skin 2D.
I don’t have a lot to say about the game. I was expecting more, considering how much has been written about it. I thought, perhaps, there would be a lot of game going on here. What I found instead was a poorly-made running game that takes a harmless game and adds some gore for shock value.
Our penultimate entry into our look at PETA Games based on real game franchises takes us to, I believe, the only game popular enough to get a sequel. And, while not technically their best game (that honor goes to their Cooking Mama “parody”), it retains the surprising playability of the first game.
The premise of New Super Chick Sisters is very much more of the same, except that this time the culprit is McDonald’s and the evil clown running the show, Ronald McDonald. Princess Pamela Anderson gets kidnapped by the Hamburgler while dressed almost identically to Princess Peach. I imagine this is the inspiration for the NSFW Hentai Princess Peach, but I digress.
The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals have slammed Nintendo for resurrecting Super Mario Bros. 3′s Tanooki Suit in the recently released Super Mario Land 3D. PETA alleges, “Tanukis are real-life raccoon dogs who are beaten and, as PETA’s undercover exposés show, often skinned alive for their fur,” and goes on to say, ”Tanooki may be just a “suit” in Mario games, but by wearing the skin of an animal, Mario is sending the message that it’s OK to wear fur.” 
If it’s true that these animals are skinned alive, it’s a horrible practice that should be stopped if possible. But, seriously, no Mario-adoring child is going to grow up to wear fur simply because