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When Mario Strikers: Battle League was introduced throughout the latest Nintendo Direct, there was unusually no information on who the developer is. Many safely assumed that it’s Next Level Games and now we have now an official affirmation saying such.
As noticed by NintendoThe whole lot, the game’s itemizing on the Australian Classification web site has Next Level Games because the “author” and Nintendo as writer. If you’re curious, Mario Strikers: Battle League is rated PG for parental steerage in Australia because of gentle violence, which we already knew due to the trailer that includes characters getting tackled into electrical fences.
Nintendo World Report additionally reached out to Nintendo about this, with the corporate stating that Mario Strikers: Battle League is being co-developed by Nintendo itself and Next Level Games. While it’s good to have this cleared up, it’s hardly shocking given Next Level Games’ historical past.
The Canadian studio was additionally accountable for the earlier two soccer video games, Super Mario Strikers for the Nintendo GameCube and Mario Strikers Charged for the Nintendo Wii. It solely is sensible it’d be introduced again for the third entry, particularly since Nintendo outright purchased Next Level Games final yr.
There’s nonetheless rather a lot we don’t learn about Mario Strikers: Battle League, akin to its full playable roster (one that can actually be bolstered with post-launch DLC) and gameplay modes. With the game releasing this summer time, Nintendo will little question have lots to share over the approaching months.