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Charles Martinet and Shigeru Miyamoto explain Martinet’s new role as “Mario Ambassador” – SHOCK2

Charles Martinet and Shigeru Miyamoto explain Martinet’s new role as “Mario Ambassador” – SHOCK2

Following the recent announcement of the legendary Charles Martinet’s retirement from his iconic role as Mario, Shigeru Miyamoto and Charles Martinet have now released a video to share more news about Mario’s voice actor change. Starting with Super Mario Bros. Next Wonder, some characters will be given brand new voices besides Mario himself. The video also delivers news about Charles Martinet’s new role as Mario’s ambassador for Nintendo. Charles Martinet will continue to travel the world meeting Nintendo and Mario fans at events.

Martinet says the role means “traveling the world, sharing the joy of Mario’s family, and continuing to connect with all the amazing fans that I hold so dear.” “I very much look forward to seeing you all at events around the world in the years to come,” he said.

“You’ve always made it a priority to spread joy and I’m sure you’ll be a great ambassador for Mario,” said Shigeru Miyamoto. Speaking to Nintendo fans, Miyamoto said, “You should know that in this role, Charles will continue to travel the world to meet fans, attend events to hear familiar voices, sign autographs and chat with all of you.

The end of an era: Charles Martinet is no longer the voice of Super Mario

As Nintendo announced, Charles Martinet will no longer be voicing Mario. The company said in an official tweet that Martinet will step down from his duties as voice actor and instead assume a new role as “Ambassador Mario”.

Charles now takes on the brand new role of Mario Ambassador. With this move, he will be retiring from voice over for characters in our games, but will continue to travel the world sharing the fun of Mario and interacting with you all!
“It has been an honor to work with Charles to bring Mario back to life over the course of so many years and we want to thank and celebrate him. Please look out for a special video message from Shigeru Miyamoto and Charles himself, which we will be releasing at a later time.

The 65-year-old American actor Charles Martinet was already working for Nintendo in the late 1980s and provided the voice of the plumber at sales shows where visitors could interact with an interactive 3D digital model of Mario on a TV screen. The now-popular “Mamma mia!” and “It’s-a me, Mario” were already in use in 1995 Mario Games Gallerya group of Mario games for PC, before joining it next year Super Mario 64 Reach a wider audience. Since then, Martinet has talked to Mario at every opportunity, and he’s also letting his vocal cords vibrate for many other characters from Mushroom Land, like Wario, Luigi, or Waluigi. Martinet has also been used in Super Mario 3D All-Stars and Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit, but that’s the end of it! Several new games for , including Super Mario Bros. Wonder And WarioWare: Animation You will now have to dispense with his voice! There was only one thing left to say: “Mama Mia!”

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Eight years ago, on its 30th anniversary Super Mario Bros. Nintendo has brought Charles Martint, the voice of Super Mario, to Vienna’s City of Games. SHOCK2 didn’t miss the opportunity to ask him some questions and bring a community member along too!