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Bandai Namco And Camelot Are The Developers Behind Mario Sports Superstars

We already reported that veteran developer Camelot is handling the golf and tennis games in Mario Sports Superstars, but what we didn’t know is that Bandai Namco is also involved in the game’s development. The news was revealed via the Australian Rating Board and it would appear that the sports package is a joint venture between Camelot and Bandai Namco. Mario Sports Superstars is due to be released in spring 2017 for Nintendo 3DS.

Thanks, takamaru64

13 thoughts on “Bandai Namco And Camelot Are The Developers Behind Mario Sports Superstars”

  1. Not a huge sports game fan but this one actually looks quite interesting. There’s still a lot to look forward to on 3DS. Pokemon, Pikmin, Dragon Quest, Rhythm Heaven, Ever Oasis and so on. I just hope that Yo-Kai Watch 2 will really release in spring 17 in Europe. Kills me a little bit inside that we have to wait that long. I really loved the first one. I will get the Mario Maker 3DS version too eventhough I already have it for WiiU. Not so sure about Woolly World yet.
    I still play the WiiU regularly too. I really think that there’s some life left in both systems and they don’t feel outdated or old to me at all. In fact, they still feel surprisingly fresh to me. I will buy the NX day one anyway though :)

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    1. There are currently two rumors speaking about the possibility of the game getting an NX port, one of them by the same guy who predicted Devil’s Third and Twilight Princess HD. But I’d take it with a grain of salt and wait for an official confirmation on these news. Would rather get a sports game on a console than a handheld these days.

        1. Actually I would refer him as “love” since I know him pretty well. Mate is best reserved for folks who I’m acquainted to (but not on a personal level) or anyone else. That’s how things would work back home.

        2. I’m actually quote shocked they couldn’t have Next Level Games work on Soccer given their pedigree with the Strikers games.

          But it’s one of those things that were unlikely given the time they’ve spent on Federation Farce.

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