Earlier this month, Nintendo revealed _Mario Strikers: Battle League, but the company forgot to mention who would take care of the development of the game. However, a rating of the Australian Classification Board has confirmed that Next Level Games is developing the title. When the game was announced for Nintendo Switch, many fans assumed that the study had been taken advantage of, but now the news is official. The team developed the first two games of Mario Strikers for Gamecube and Wii, which were launched in 2005 and 2007, respectively. It has been a long time since the series had a new delivery, but I hope that the new game can be up to the first two!
Next Level Games is a Canadian developer responsible for a series of beloved Nintendo Games, including those of 2009. Make up! _ Restart, as well as _the Mansion of Luigi: Dark moon and the Mansion by Luigi 3. The study began working exclusively at Nintendo Games in 2014, and Nintendo bought Next Level Games last year. The Mansion by Luigi 3 was a great success in Nintendo Switch, received good reviews and sold more than 11 million copies. Hopefully, Mario Strikers: Battle League will be equally successful!
From what we have seen from the game so far, _Mario Strikers: Battle League, it seems that it will keep the elements that made the first two games were successful. In other words, players can expect to see the same exaggerated version of football, where players can be much more physical than in traditional sport. However, Nintendo has already revealed a series of improvements in the last two games. In particular, the game will have multiplayer online, with a club mode that allows seasons for up to 20 players. There will also be a customization element, in which players can unlock equipment, which can be used to improve their equipment.
Mario Strikers: battle league will be launched exclusively in Nintendo Switch on June 10.
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