Willem Dafoe invades Rabbids Land

Willem+Dafoe+aRLH89qSDI9mThe Nintendo Wii U’s online service includes a nice function titled “Miiverse Communities”. MCs are basically group chatrooms, created for each and every bit of software available on the Wii U, including Netflix, Nintendo Land, and the rest of the videogames available.

One of those games is Rabbids Land. I know nothing of the game in question, and if I were to look at its Miiverse Community, I wouldn’t be any more informed. That is because almost every single thing posted on that particular Miiverse is about America’s finest actor and resident orc, Willem Dafoe.

Yes, you heard that right. Taking the lead from Destructoid Reviews Editor Jim Sterling’s obsession with the Spider-man(2002) and Boondock Saints actor, denizens of the Miiverse have taken to the digital streets and have begun plastering the walls with facts and drawings of Willem Dafoe.

Really, when you get down to it, is there honestly a better use for this Miiverse Community? Who in the clydesdale riding fuck is going to be having discussions about Rabbids?!!

Frank Margarella has his own crappy personal blogs here and here. You can follow him on twitter @Fuhjem.


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  1. Geez I was just there and was like Who is he and got screamed at. I don’t watch movies, so I didn’t know of him till I started googling here. But damn, if it’s about Rabbids Land, why aren’t anyone talking about the damn game???


    • Because in the years to come, it will forever be Dafoeverse. People will move on from Rabbids Land. It’s a poor land whose soil is sewn with mediocrity, but the Dafoeverse brought hope and prosperity.

      It will live on.


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