Mario Martinet, Mario's voice teacher, has just become Guinness World Record Record. As you can imagine, this is because his long career is all of his favorite plumber.
It is pointed out that Martinet received the Guinness Award for being the actress who has recorded the most of the nature of one of the video games. Interestingly, this record broke its release Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, the name he played with Mario Brosia 100 times.
To celebrate this achievement, Martinet sent a picture on his Twitter account. Here we see him getting the Guinness Prize. Next to the picture he sent a message in which he thanked Nintendo and Guinness for allowing this.
When Craig receives the certificate @GWR for most video game audio tutorials like a similar character – 100, as Mario – December 7, 2018 after the release #SuperSmashBrosUltimate #woohoo! thanks a lot #Nintendo and #GWR pic.twitter.com/ICfKlK9hO1
– Charles Martinet (@CharlesMartinet) December 14, 2018
It's important to note that Martinet is not just Mario's voice in the universe of Nintendo. We say this because he plays Luigi, Wario, Waluigi, Baby Mario and Baby Luigi. He has also worked in other games Runner3, Fate Resonance and Kane & Lynch: Dead Men.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is now available exclusively for the Nintendo Switch. You can find out more about her by reading our review or by visiting her file.