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The Voice Of Mario Will Be A Special Guest On Nintendo UK’s Mario Maker Twitch Stream

Nintendo UK announced earlier today via Twitter that the voice of Mario, Charles Martinet, will be featuring as a special guest on their live Twitch stream of Super Mario Maker this Friday. It looks like Charles will be a busy man this week, as we posted yesterday that he will be attending GAME Hamleys store in the UK on the day prior to the game’s release too.

The stream will be live at 5pm GMT and will run for an hour. So if you’re not too busy creating your own Mario Maker levels, you can check out the live stream here.

16 thoughts on “The Voice Of Mario Will Be A Special Guest On Nintendo UK’s Mario Maker Twitch Stream”

  1. Charles Martinet the voice of Mario and no one gives a fuk ohh wait… only the nintards are excited for this grandpa LOOOL

  2. I feel I’m on the verge of suicide I’m that depressed! Throughout all my life of being alone, having no friends, bullying, my parents’ divorce and more…I’m starting to lose it. I’ve become completely obsessed with the idea of Nintendo making a metroid game that I’m scared I’m going insane…if I’m not already insane.

    I can only plead someone will listen to me and end my suffering…before I end myself.

    1. I don’t care if anyone of you don’t take this seriously or insult me because I don’t care about that shit anymore! I just want my childhood back…the days where I had something to take the pain away…where every day wasn’t complete hell.

      1. PC Master Race Agent Narud

        ||Despair is the only thing you will all feel once Nintendo and the other defective factions are in complete nullity……

  3. Aside from Mario 64, anyone else prefer the Mario voice from the cartoons as well as the Luigi one? You know, before they turned Luigi into a whiny bitch?

    1. No you fucking idiot fanboy psycho who usually speaks in caps only, it DOESN’T count! Especially cause you spelled it wrong, it’s Darth Vader fanboy fucktard.

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