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Nintendo isn’t revealing Mario’s new voice actor until Wonder comes out

A photo of Mario voice actor Charles Martinet at E3 2017 standing next to a statue of Mario promoting Super Mario Galaxy
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Nintendo’s going to let us figure out who the next voice of Mario is on our own. In an interview with IGN, Nintendo of America’s president, Doug Bowser, said that the company doesn’t plan on revealing Charles Martinet’s replacement until folks roll credits on Super Mario Bros. Wonder.

“I think people have recognized this when they see Super Mario Bros. Wonder, they’ll hear a different voice,” Bowser told IGN. “And we’ll let that play out and that’ll be within the credits, and people will learn who the new person is at that point in time, but we don’t plan to make any announcement in advance of that.”

Last month, Nintendo announced that Martinet, the longtime voice of video games’ most iconic character, would be stepping back from the…

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