— Princess Peach
Princess Peach (ピーチ姫 Pīchihime?) is one of the main characters in the Mario series. She is the beautiful and graceful princess of the Mushroom Kingdom. She is often kidnapped by Bowser but is always rescued by Mario. She has also helped Mario save the world a few times and even saved Mario, Luigi, Toad, and the Mushroom Kingdom from Bowser on a few occasions.
- 1 Game appearances
- 1.1 Mario & Sonic series
- 1.1.1 Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games
- 1.1.2 Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games
- 1.1.3 Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games
- 1.1.4 Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games
- 1.1.5 Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games
- 1.1.6 Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
- 1.2 Super Smash Bros. series
- 1.1 Mario & Sonic series
- 2 Quotes
- 3 Trivia
- 4 External links
Mario & Sonic series
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games
The Princess of the Mushroom Kingdom, Peach has been kidnapped several times over by the wicked Bowser, but has always escaped with the help of Mario and Luigi. Her excellence in the Skill-based competitions means that she'll perform well in events like archery and skeet.
— Princess Peach's profile, Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games website
In Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games, Peach appears as one of the playable characters in both the Wii and Nintendo DS version of the game. Appropriately, she wears a new summer sports outfit in this title. Peach also uses her heart abilities in the Dream Events for this game. In Dream Fencing, Peach charges up and releases a huge pink heart. When the heart hits her opponent it explodes into smaller hearts. It has a very long range and Peach does not have to be close to her opponents. In Dream Table Tennis, Peach can make the ball disappear, making it difficult to see. When she unleashes her shot, she spins around in a sea of hearts and then hits the ball.
In both versions of the game, Peach has the following characteristics and icons:
In the Mission Mode in both the Wii and Nintendo DS versions of the game, Peach has to beat a set of five missions, which will unlock a final mission. Clearing all six missions will award the player with the Peach Emblem. These missions include:
- 4x100m Freestyle: Aim for the specific time!' - Finish with a time between 3 min. 21 sec. and 3 min. 29 sec.!
- Hammer Throw: Let out a shout! - Build up as much power as you can to perform a successful shout 3 time(s) when throwing the hammer!
- Single Sculls: Win by rowing with max acceleration! - Finish in 1st after rowing for maximum acceleration (𝅘𝅥𝅮𝅘𝅥𝅮𝅘𝅥𝅮) 10 times!
- 400m: Stagger to the finish line! - Stagger to the finish line with your stamina used up and come in 1st place!
- Archery: Hit that circle! - Shoot the 6 point circle within 2 attempt(s)!
- Trampoline: Perform difficult moves consecutively! - Perform difficult moves 10 times in a row!
- Nintendo DS:
- Vault - Nail a perfect landing!
- Long Jump - Jump between 6m and 7m!
- 10m Platform - Achieve a 10 combo chain or better!
- Fencing - Win without giving up a point to your opponent!
- Dream Shooting - Achieve 10 consecutive hits!
- Dream Table Tennis - Beat Amy when she's in top condition!
in both the Wii and Nintendo DS versions of the game, the player can also earn the Peach Crown by getting all gold and 1st medals using Peach.
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games
In Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games, Peach is a playable character in both the Wii and Nintendo DS version of the game. Appropriately, she wears a new winter sports outfit in this title. In the Wii and Nintendo DS version, Peach also has the special skill, the Mid-Air Float, which she can use in certain events to gain speed.
In both versions of the game, Peach has the following characteristics and icons:
|Icon||Skill Type||Stats||Special Skill||Emblem|
In the Wii version of the game, a Mii costume based on Peach can be unlocked in the game after winning five gold or/and 1st place medals in any Olympic/Dream Events with Peach and then buying the costume in the boutique.
In Adventure Tours mode in the Nintendo DS version of the game, Peach appears as one of the unlockable characters who can take part in the mode's sports events. She can be found in Sparkleton, which she visits to peak at the snow festival, where Mario must beat beat her in a Snow Machine Fight dream event. After that, Peach will contratulate Mario and join the player's team. She will later participate in the Snow Machine Fight dream event again when a Gomba wants to see how good she is. Upon winning the event, she gets a Shooting Rifle the Goomba obtained from Bowser that allows the group to participate in events that include shooting. Peach is also needed in Frostown upon returning there. There, the player encounters a unhappy Thwomp, which Peach must cheer in the " Cheer Up Thwomp!" mini-game. Here, Peach must cheer up the Thwomp within 40 seconds. Once the mini-game is cleared, the Thwomp will move, thus opening a passage in the overworld.
Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games
In Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games, Peach appears as one of the playable characters in both the Wii and Nintendo 3DS version of the game. Appropriately, she wears a new sports outfit for swimming and gymnastic events in this title while keeping her winter outfit for Equestrian events and wearing her sports outfit from the original game for all other events. In the Wii version, Peach also has the special skill, the Mid-Air Float, which she can use in certain events to gain speed.
In this game, across both versions, Peach has the following characteristics and icons:
|Icon||Skill Type||Stats (Wii)||Class (3DS)||Special Skill||Flag|
In the Wii version of the game, Peach also appears as an interactable character in London Party Mode. Here, the player can speak to her in order to play minigames and earn stickers. Also, a Mii costume based on Peach can be unlocked in the game by either winning it through a Scratch Card or paying ten blank cards.
In the Nintendo 3DS version of the game, Peach belongs to the Girls class and can only take part in selected sports events for this class. In the game's story mode, Peach helped Blaze, Amy, and three Toads prepare invitations for the athletes who were to take part in the Olympics. When Amy noticed Sonic's invitation however, she asked for permission to give Sonic's invitation to him in person. Although Peach and the others insisted that that would take too long as they had other invitations to hand out, Blaze told Amy that she would allow this if she beat her in some events. Though Amy beat Blaze, this caused Blaze to accidentally knock all of the invitations off the table. Peach and her friends quickly regathered the dropped letters, but could not find the one that belonged to Dr. Eggman. After Peach and the others had debated over whether or not they should delay Eggman's invitation, Amy agreed to stay and help Peach and the others and let Sonic get his invitation like everybody else.
As everything later got back on schedule, Daisy dropped by and suggested that they went shopping. When Amy voiced her intention to go with Daisy, Peach and Blaze insisted that she stayed and helped them distribute the invitations. To settle this, Peach and Daisy made a deal: if Peach beat Daisy in a series of events, Daisy had to stay and help with the invitations, but if Daisy won, Amy could go with Daisy. Peach and Blaze thus teamed up against Amy and Daisy. After Peach's duo won, she agreed to let them all take a break in Hyde Park first. When they returned however, the invitations had been blown away by the wind. The group tried to regather the invitations, but discovered that Eggman and Bowser's invitations had been ruined after falling into the nearby lake. Peach and Amy thus decided to rewrite their invitations. When they were finished, Peach and Amy met Eggman and Bowser in Hyde Park. When the two villains demanded their invitations, the group decided to spent some time with a beach volleyball match, and if Eggman and Bowser won, they would get them their invitations in person. Although Peach and Amy won, the girls nevertheless decided to bring them their invitations after seeing how upset they were. When they returned, however, both Eggman and Bowser were gone. They also found out that the Toads had taken their invitations, only to lose them somewhere. However, Blaze figured that Eggman and Bowser had already picked them up. After that, Peach Amy, and Daisy persuaded Blaze to go shopping with them.
One morning later on, Peach and Blaze were protecting three Toads from Fog Imposters of themselves amidst a thick fog that covered London. After defeating their imposters however, they dissolved into the fog. Peach and Peach also found Amy and Daisy, both of them having collapsed in the park. After waking the pair, Peach learned that Amy and Daisy had been dealing with Fog Imposters as well. Peach and the girls then followed a Toad, who had seen a suspicious bat lurking around. Upon finding the bat, who turned out to be Rouge, she threatened to imprison the girls in the fog and have the Fog Imposters take their place. After Rouge was defeated by Peach in an event though, the former admitted that she had no recollection of what she had been doing. Rouge then led everyone to a Fog Machine which Blaze destroyed. As the fog cleared, Peach and her friends found out that Eggman had been using the fog to control Rouge's mind. Later, Mario, Luigi, and Toad arrived and found out from Rouge that Eggman had brainwashed her at the British Museum. As the heroes went to the museum, Peach and her friends stayed with Rouge in Hyde Park. When a denser version of the fog later covered Hyde Park, Peach cleared the park of it with the aid of Amy, Blaze, Daisy, the Toads and Rouge, which they reported back to Sonic and Mario about in an effort to support them as they faced the masterminds behind the fog: Eggman and Bowser. After everything had been resolved, Peach would appear at the opening ceremony for the Olympic Games.
In the Nintendo 3DS version of the game, a badge of Peach can also be obtained from the badge machine.
Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games
In Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games, Peach appears as one of the playable characters. Appropriately, she wears her sports outfit from Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games in this title. In this game, Peach also has the special skill, the Mid-Air Float, which she can use in certain events to gain speed.
In this game, Peach has the following characteristics and icons:
|Icon||Skill Type||Special Skill||Biography||Flag|
In Legends Showdown, Peach is on the fourth team, along with Mario, Blaze and Silver Also, a Mii costume based on Peach can be unlocked in the game by getting over 75% synchronization in Mario’s Figure Skating Spectacular with three other players.
Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games
In Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, Peach appears as a playable character in the Wii U, Nintendo 3DS, and arcade version of the game. Appropriately, she wears her winter outfit for Equestrian events, her gymnastics and swimming outfit from Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games for rhythmic and water-based events, and her sports outfit from the original game for all other events.
In the Wii U version of the game, Peach is available from the beginning and playable in all events. Also, Mii costume sets based on Peach in her regular Olympic costume and her winter costume can be unlocked in the game by completing Peach's Carnival Challenge. However, each set must be collected in two separate parts, each with their own stat changes.
In the Wii U version of the game, Peach has the following characteristics, description and icons:
|Icon||Skill Type||Stats||Playable Event(s)||Biography||Flag|
|Technique||4||5||9||All events||The princess of the Mushroom Kingdom. She's come to the Olympic Games with a bevy of Toads by her side, and is driven to put on a brilliant performance in the name of all the Toads back home who couldn't attend.|
In the Nintendo 3DS version of the game, Peach is available from the beginning and has the following characteristics:
|Artwork||Stats||Playable Event(s)||Challenged in Road to Rio?|
In the arcade edition of the game, Peach is available from the beginning and has the following characteristics:
|Icon||Skill Type||Stats||Recommended Event(s)|
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
In the Nintendo Switch version of the game, Peach plays a role in the story mode. In this mode, Peach was at the Yumenoshima Park Archery Field where she interrupted an argument between Vector and Bowser Jr.. As she belittled Bowser Jr. for his racket, which disturbed the competitors, Peach almost showed her gold medals to Bowser Jr. upon his request. However, Tails and Luigi told her that Bowser Jr. would try to steal them. Peach then heard from Luigi that Sonic, Mario, and Toad were currently trapped inside a Tokyo '64 gaming system and that they needed gold medals to get them out. Agreeing to help, Peach promised to give them the gold medals she could earn in the Archery event. After having a match with Daisy, Bowser Jr. tried taking Peach's gold medal. However, Peach convinced Bowser Jr. to work together with her and the others without shameful behavior and hand over the medals he had already stolen. Peach then gave Tails and Luigi her pass to the Olympic Boxing Centre so they could compete in the events there, and joined Tails and Luigi on their mission.
When Peach's crew searched the venues for Larry, who had stolen the Excitement Battery which was needed to save those inside the Tokyo '64 gaming system, they soon found him in the Equestrian Park. There, Peach told Larry that they needed the battery to save Bowser, who was stuck inside the Tokyo '64 too. Regardless, Larry would only hand it over if the heroes could best him in an event. Accepting the challenge, Peach took on Larry and beat him, making him hand over the Excitement Battery. Later, when charging the Excitement Battery using the cheers of the audience, Peach and Yoshi teamed up to take on Knuckles and Shadow in an event to create the cheers they needed. After later getting everyone out of the Tokyo '64 and having settled everything, Peach and Amy would wave to the crowd as the Olympic Games were ready to commence.
In the Nintendo Switch version of the game, Peach is playable in both the 2020 and the 1964 events, the latter in which Peach possesses her sprite-based appearance from the original Super Mario Bros., and has the following characteristics:
|Artwork||Skill Type||Biography||Wears unique clothing|
|Technique||Princess of the Mushroom Kingdom. She has a close bond with Mario and is unfailingly kind. She loves baking and cooking.||✓|
In the arcade version of the game, Peach is playable in both the 2020 and the 1964 events, the latter in which she also possesses her sprite-based appearance from the original Super Mario Bros., and has the following characteristics and icons:
|Icon||Skill Type||Stats||Wears unique clothing|
Super Smash Bros. series
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
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In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Peach makes her second appearance in the Super Smash Bros. series as a playable fighter. In this game, Peach is a starter character, making her available from the beginning.
In gameplay, Peach is a lightweight and tall character. She has average speed, strong aerial moves, decent horizontal recovery, but weak and short-ranged ground-based moves and weak throws. She also has a strong up smash, but a weak, but damage-racking down smash that involves her both twirling her hand raised and dress like a blade, respectively. Her Turnip projectiles are likewise effective at keeping opponents away when camping and can aid with her approach of opponents when used as gliding tosses. She also possesses a floating ability that can be utilized in a number of ways, like assisting with her recovery moves and supporting her aerial attacks by keep her in midair without having to land or jump between attacks, or when wielding throwable objects. Peach also possesses a supremely good horizontal recovery gameplay and has a knack for keeping opponents off-stage, performing combo attacks, racking damage, and an excellent aerial fighting style thanks to her floating ability. However, she has trouble KOing opponents due to her general inability to land effective blows, her low-base knockback, and her knockback scaling. Her Turnips also have short range, which is made worse by her slow movements. She also has bad endurance, mediocre skills when it comes to canceling momentums, and the worst air dodge in the game.
In the Adventure Mode: The Subspace Emissary, Peach is one of the many characters from the World of Trophies that got caught up in the schemes ofand his minions, whom they would work to defeat together.
Peach also appears in the game as several Trophies and Stickers:
|Image||Name||Page||ID||Area of Effect||Effect||User|
|Peach (Super Mario Bros. 2)||4||8||N/A||Launch Resistance +29||Mario, Yoshi, Luigi, Bowser, Peach|
|Peach (Super Princess Peach)||7||18||Weapon||Attack +23||Mario, Yoshi, Luigi, Bowser, Peach|
|Peach (Mario Superstar Baseball)||11||30||Slash||Attack +5||Mario, Yoshi, Luigi, Bowser, Peach|
|Peach (Mario Strikers Charged)||Peach (Mario Strikers Charged Football)||15||39||Flame||Attack +41||Everyone|
|Peach & Daisy (Mario Party 7)||30||75||Leg||Attack +27||Peach,|
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U
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In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, Peach made her third appearance as a playable fighter in the Super Smash Bros. series. In both versions of this game, Peach is a starter character, making her available from the beginning.
In gameplay, Peach is once more a lightweight and tall fighter. In comparison, she performs better than she did in the previous Super Smash Bros. title. Notably, many of her moves now have added aesthetic effects such as rainbows, hearts, and sparkles. Also, thanks to having received stronger smash attacks and a quicker Peach Bomber, Peach's ground game has received a notable improvement. She has also received more knockback for her forward aerial, dash attack, and back throw techniques, which improve her KO capabilities. Also, once again, her ability to float gives her a powerful and unique aerial game which allows her to put the pressure on opponents in a safe way. Combined with her vegetable projectile technique (which is now slower), Peach can perform well against evenly-matched opponents in most situations. She has also gotten new attack effects, such as a ribbon swirling around her during her up smash. She also has great combos and the ability to perform intricate combos that can carry out a high damage output. She is surprisingly good at performing KOs as well due to her forward aerial's high knockback. Despite this though, Peach's light weight, combined with her slow ground movement and difficulty to land safely, can lead to her being overwhelmed and KOed by fighters that play aggressively. SHe is also at a disadvantage agaist fast fighters. Also, because her Vegetable projectiles have been slowed, her projectile game is not as effective anymore.
Outside Peach herself, a wig designed after Peach's hair is also available as a headgear for all Mii Fighter types.
Each version of the game also comes with their own Trophies of Peach:
|Peach||Fighter||9: Super Mario Bros. 2 & 3||Princess of the Mushroom Kingdom, Peach continues to prove that "powerful" and "cute" are not mutually exclusive. In Smash Bros., Peach uses her dress to float above the fray, suddenly descending and attacking with numerous weapons. A frying pan? Umbrella? TOAD?! Where does she keep it all?||he Mushroom Kingdom's princess isn't just a pretty face - she's also strong and crafty. She can dodge attacks by gliding through the air, and she's hiding all sorts of stuff under that dress: a frying pan, a tennis, a golf club...even a Toad! If you're planning to take on Peach, just know that she's more than ready for you!||Clear Classic with Peach.|
|Peach (Alt.)||Fighter||76: Female Fighters||Peach may be a princess, but that doesn't mean she shies away from an honest day's work. Her down special Vegetable is basically farm labor, and the fruits...er, vegetables of her work can be thrown. An angry-looking vegetable will do extra damage, too! She can also pull up Bob-ombs, or even a Mr. Saturn!||Peach normally sticks to tasks befitting a royal, but her Vegetable special is pretty much farm labour! You can tell how much damage the veggies will do by looking a them. Happy/indifferent ones just do a bit, while the ones that just look sick of life do a lot. And the ones that look like Bob-ombs or Mr. Saturn aren't veggies at all!||Purchase at the Trophy Shop for 1000G, after clearing Classic with Peach.|
|Peach Blossom||Final Smash||90: Final Smashes 1||Peach's Final Smash is quite a spectacle to behold. Giant illustrations of Peach herself frame the screen, giant peaches rain down, and all the other fighters fall asleep. The closer they are to Peach, the longer they'll stay snoozing, giving Peach plenty of time to send foes flying or to recover her health with the peaches.||Clear All-Star with Peach.|
|Peach (Baseball)||Series Related||N/A||The thought of yet another kidnapping is never far from Peach's mind, but in Mario Super Sluggers, she gets a nice break to just focus on the game. As the leader of the Peach Monarchs, she shows off her skills with her Star Swing, Heart Swing, drawing a heart in the air to distract the fielders.||It's hard work getting kidnapped all the time, so it's good to see that Peach can take some time off from it to enjoy a bit of American cricket. As captain of the Peach Monarchs, she shows her skills with her special Heart Swing, drawing a heart in the air to try and distract the fielders trying to catch the ball.||Random|
|Peach + Daytripper||Peach + Royal Racer||Series Related||10: Super Mario Kart||You may think it doesn't look like a racer. You may think it would look more at home on a carousel. But Peach will have the last laugh as she sails past the finish line, leaving you in the dust. The Daytripper's great handling lets it breeze through even the trickiest of courses--and what it lacks in speed, it makes up for in acceleration.||You may think it doesn't look like a racer. You may think it would look more at home on a carousel. But Peach will have the last laugh as she sails past the finish line, leaving you in the dust. The Royal Racer's great handling lets it breeze through even the trickiest of courses--and what it lacks in speed, it makes up for in acceleration.||Random|
|Peach||Fighter||Princess of the Mushroom Kingdom, Peach continues to prove that "powerful" and "cute" are not mutually exclusive. In Smash Bros., Peach uses her dress to float above the fray, suddenly descending and attacking with numerous weapons. A frying pan? Umbrella? TOAD?! Where does she keep it all?||The Mushroom Kingdom's princess isn't just a pretty face - she's also strong and crafty. She can dodge attacks by gliding through the air, and she's hiding all sorts of stuff under that dress: a frying pan, a tennis, a golf club...even a Toad! If you're planning to take on Peach, just know that she's more than ready for you!||Clear Classic with Peach.|
|Peach (Alt.)||Fighter||Peach may be a princess, but that doesn't mean she shies away from an honest day's work. Her down special Vegetable is basically farm labor, and the fruits...er, vegetables of her work can be thrown. An angry-looking vegetable will do extra damage, too! She can also pull up Bob-ombs, or even a Mr. Saturn!||Peach normally sticks to tasks befitting a royal, but her Vegetable special is pretty much farm labour! You can tell how much damage the veggies will do by looking a them. Happy/indifferent ones just do a bit, while the ones that just look sick of life do a lot. And the ones that look like Bob-ombs or Mr. Saturn aren't veggies at all!||Clear All-Star with Peach.|
|Peach + Birthday Girl||Peach + Royal Ribbon||Series Related||Princess Peach, where are you off to with that pink parasol? A day at the beach? More like a day at the races! Her tough and unconventional karts are ready, and she wants to take the checkered flag. Expect to see Peach win and be elegant at the same time.||The next race is about to start, but who's going to come out on top? Will it be Peach, with her lovely Peach Parasol? She's customised her kart to be both tough AND cute, because she's not just aiming to win - she's aiming to win in style!||Battle 3 or more times on the Rainbow Road stage in Smash.|
|Peach (Tennis Outfit)||Series Related||Peach brings an elegance and grace to tennis that her opponents are hard- pressed to match. Her skills with a racket can put the ball right where she wants it. How she and Baby Peach can play against each other without destroying space-time is the real question.||Peach is so graceful with a racket in her hand, you'd think she was princess of the Tennis Kingdom! She specialises in aiming her shots at the very edge of the court, and it seems she has no problem playing alongside Baby Peach, even if that does raise a few space-time continuum issues.||Random|
|Paper Peach||Series Related||Usually the Sticker Fest, sponsored by Princess Peach, is held without a problem. However, one year Bowser shows up to steal the Royal Stickers and ends up peeling off with Princess Peach! With your help, Mario must set out to stick things back in their proper place!||Princess Peach is holding the Mushroom Kingdom's annual Sticker Fest to celebrate the Sticker Comet's arrival from the night sky, when Bowser turns up and totally wrecks EVERYTHING! Where's Peach been carried off to? And who's going to get her out of this sticky situation?||Random|
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
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In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Peach made her fourth appearance as a playable fighter in the Super Smash Bros. series. In this game, Peach must be unlocked by completing any one of following objectives:
- Play VS. matches, with Peach being the 12th character to be unlocked. Peach must then be defeated on .
- Clear Classic Mode with Fox or any character in his unlock tree, being the third character unlocked after Zero Suit Samus. Peach must then be defeated on Princess Peach's Castle.
- Have Peach join the player's party in World of Light.
In gameplay, Peach is once again a lightweight and tall character whose attributes have not undergone many change since Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. When Peach grabs an opponent in this game, a Toad will appear and attack them instead of Peach for her when she executes her pummel maneuver, and two of her throws. The Toad special move has undergone a slight change as well, with Toad appearing in front of Peach when the move is executed instead of Peach holding him up. Sone of Peach's moves, such as her forward smash and up smash, have received now names as well.
In the Adventure Mode of the game, "World of Light", Peach was one of the many fighters (aside from Kirby, who had managed to escape) who got captured byso that he could clone them and create puppet fighters for evil spirits to control. During the Adventure Mode, several puppet fighters of Peach are used for spirit battles. An evil version of Peach can be fought and defeated so that the true Peach can be awoken and join the fight to defeat Galeem and later .
In this game, Peach also appears as a Fighter Spirit, a Primary Spirit, and a few Support Spirits with the following characteristics:
|5||Peach||Super Mario Series||
|Image||Stat statistics||Spirit Battle|
|Base||Max||Enemy Fighter(s)||Enemy Power||Stage||Battle conditions|
|Metal Peach||9,700||Rule(s): N/A
|Badwagon||Shield||★★★ (Ace)||"Mario Circuit - Mario Kart 8"||
- "Oh, did I win?"
- —When Peach wins a round.
- "Oh, I lost."
- —When Peach loses a round.
- "Ooh! Next time, it's mine!"
- —When Peach is in 2nd or 3rd place.
- "Yay, not bad!"
- —When Peach wins 2nd or 3rd place, Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games.
- "Alright...not bad!"
- —When Peach wins in 2nd or 3rd, Mario and Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games.
- "Oh yes! How nice! Lucky me!"
- —When Peach is in 1st place.
- —Peach when winning, Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
- Peach and Dr. Eggman have something important in common. Both had two different names outside Japan and in Japan (Princess Toadstool and Princess Peach, Dr. Robotnik and Dr. Eggman). Currently, they are both used interchangeably (Peach in Super Mario 64, Dr. Eggman in Sonic Adventure).