The soccer game Mario Strikers: Battle League is being developed by Next Level Games, the studio behind the original Mario Smash Football for the GameCube and Mario Strikers Charged Football for Wii. Battle League for Nintendo Switch will be released on June 10.
Next Level Games is working on the next Mario Strikers game, Confirmed by the Australian Classification Board† This body’s website lists the Canadian developer’s name, Nintendo noticed everything† The site declares that Age rating “PG” Because the game contains mild violence.
Next Level Games was already working on Mario Smash Football for the GameCube. This game was released in November 2005. The studio also released Mario Strikers Charged Football for the Nintendo Wii two years later. Mario Strikers: Battle League has become Announced earlier this month During the Nintendo Direct Show and released on June 10. This makes it the first game in the series in nearly fifteen years.
Next Level Games has also worked on many other Nintendo games. The studio has collaborated on Luigi’s Mansion 3 for the Switch, Punch-Out for the Wii, and Metroid Prime: Federation Force for the 3DS. The studio has been open since the beginning of last year first party developer For Nintendo In January 2021, the Japanese gaming giant acquired Next Level Games.
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