The number of Mario and Luigi veterans working in Brothership

During the recent Nintendo Direct, the company revealed Mario & Luigi: Brothership, the first entirely new game in the Mario & Luigi series in nine years. According to Nintendo, a number of developers from previous Mario & Luigi games are working on the new game.

This was not certain at all. All previous Mario & Luigi games were developed by Japanese developer AlphaDream. However, this company went bankrupt in 2019 (source from the archive of our old website) and therefore is no longer a candidate to develop the new part. in Interview with game file However, The Big N has confirmed that Mario and Luigi veterans are indeed participating in Brothership. Nintendo has not yet confirmed the number of veterans participating. The company also does not mention specific names. Nintendo often keeps its cards close to its chest when it comes to the recruitment of its games.

When Mario got a new voice actor for the first time in 30 years, Nintendo didn’t want to confirm his identity beforehand. Interested fans only have to study the credits after finishing the game if they want to know who worked on their games.

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