Gaming Icon Charles Martinet Retires After 32 Years as the Voice of Super Mario
In a surprising announcement, Charles Martinet, the legendary voice behind the iconic Super Mario character, has officially retired after an astonishing 32-year career. Nintendo, the company behind the beloved video game series, has confirmed the news, marking the end of an era for gamers worldwide.
Martinet’s contributions to the gaming industry are immeasurable. Not only did he bring Mario Mario to life, but he also lent his talents to other popular characters in the franchise, such as Luigi, Wario, and Waluigi. His unmistakable voice has become inseparable from the Super Mario universe, captivating players for decades.
Although he will no longer be voicing the beloved plumber, Nintendo has made it clear that Martinet’s legacy will continue. He will serve as Mario’s ambassador, ensuring that his connection to the game’s universe remains intact. This move ensures that Martinet’s impact on the gaming community will persist, even in his absence.
Martinet’s retirement comes at a time when changes are already being observed in the Super Mario franchise. In the recent “Super Mario Bros. Movie,” another actor has taken on the role of Mario, leaving Martinet to cameo as Mario’s father. Additionally, trailers for upcoming Switch games, such as “Super Mario Bros. Marvel” and “Super Dance Wario Maker,” have lacked his familiar voice.
As fans bid farewell to the voice that accompanied their gaming adventures for over three decades, the industry eagerly anticipates who will assume the mantle of Super Mario’s voice. Martinet’s retirement marks the end of an era but also opens a new chapter in the ever-evolving world of gaming.
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If you have played the classic Nintendo game Super Mario series, you must have heard the voice of Charles Martinet, the voice actor who played the main character Mario Mario. However, the 67-year-old voice actor who has steering Mario’s voice for 32 years has decided to retire. Nintendo has confirmed this news.
Gaming legend Charles Martinet, who brought our beloved game character Mario to life for 32 years, is officially retiring. Not only the main character of the Super Mario series, Charles Martinet brought life to Luigi, Wario, Waluigi and many other characters as well. Although his voice has left the gaming scene, Nintendo said he will continue to serve as Mario’s ambassador, maintaining his connection to the game’s universe.
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Nintendo has confirmed that Charles Martinet will no longer voice Mario, ending his 32-year career as Mario. Of course, Charles Martinet is best known as the voice of Mario, and his voice can be heard as early as Super Mario 64, but in fact, he also left many footprints in the Super Mario world, involving plumbers, Luigi, Wario and Waluigi, and these characters The BB version of the film is all voice acted. Although Charles Martinet has stepped down, Nintendo said he will still be involved with the Mario universe and take on the new position of Mario ambassador.
It can be said that the departure of Charles Martinet can be traced. In the recent “Super Mario Bros. Movie”, the actor called Mario has been changed to “Star Lord” Kispert, and Charles Martinet only used the Cameo voices of Mario’s father . In addition, the trailers for two upcoming Switch games, “Super Mario Bros. Marvel” and “Super Dance Wario Maker”, both lack the familiar voice of Charles Martinet.
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