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Teck wrote:I've heard Mario say "An unholy potato" in Superstar Saga.
...or at least a series of incoherent mumbles that sound like "an unholy potato"
Maple_Treeway wrote:Tails230 wrote:In the PC game 'Mario Teaches Typing' He talks to you.
What's amazing about it is that the makers actually got Charles, the voice for Mario to do it.
I think he talks a few things when he's idoling.
"Hey, have you seen Luigi?"
"Say I'm Hungry, you got any food?"
"I'm going to sing for you. 'When the moon hits your eyes, like a big pizza pie,(as so on)"
"Say you have a nice computer. Can I have it?"
It is to my understanding that Mario isn't mute; however, he does say many words not in sentence form. I say that, looking at my experiences with Mario games, he seems to say nothing but interjections. I understand that Tails230's evidence I quoted above may indeed be fact, but I wasn't alive when Mario Teaches Typing came out, so I'll never know whether this info was correct or not.
CaviosDaryll wrote:"Press-a start!"
Ah, Mario Teaches Typing was good times. I don't know if I actually beat it or not. My typing at the time was pretty sub-par, but I couldn't have been older than seven when we got it. I do attribute my insane typing speed to it though (as well as Mavis Beacon). Other than that, I don't know if I would accept any other Mario game with that amount of voice-acting. It was completely in place for him to talk to the player there, since he gave instructions or made small talk to entertain the player (since the character was controlling his sprite, but the huge head above the sprite was the one actually doing the talking). Unless all subsequent Mario games were created with his giant floating head at the top of the screen, I don't see how talking would really fit in.
Tails230 wrote:It could even be just thinking. Like on Conker's Bad Fur Day. He thinks to himself about the instructions.
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