Nintendo Says Mario Is Not Currently A Plumber, Apparently

Nintendo Says Mario Is Not Currently A Plumber, Apparently

Nintendo now says Mario does everything cool "whether it's tennis or baseball, soccer or auto racing".

Mario originally began as a carpenter when he debuted in "Donkey Kong" in 1981, but went into the pipes in the 1983 "Mario Bros".

Mario, perhaps the most iconic Italian plumber in the entire world, is facing an identity crisis. This comes as no surprise, considering it's been years since Mario's really worked his supposed job.

As what Miyamoto said in the abovementioned interview, it looks like Mario's career will be based on whatever the situation the game puts him in. With his new hat called "Cappy", new powers that are not available in older iterations are now possessed by Super Mario.

Airtel gives Jio a tough fight
Now, we just can not ignore the contribution Jio has provided in the current scenario of internet connectivity in the country. Since the launch of Jio, that has shaken the telecom industry to the roots, subscribers have been having a great time.

It seems that Mario is now unemployed, or maybe a freelancer "Actually, long ago it seems he (Mario) used to work as a plumber too..."

Since the title was announced several months ago, Super Mario fans have huddled together and speculated on the game's seemingly scant number of worlds. The genius behind Mario's persona-one that is rarely copied successfully by other video game giants-is the unusual specificity of his life, as well as its everyman appeal.

"Super #Mario Bros" was the first console game to feature the former plumber as the hero, although an arcade game entitled "Mario Bros." was already released. Previously, Super Mario creator Shigeru Miyamoto told Mashable that the company made a decision to release the game on iOS first because due to the better security. While other mascots like Sonic and Crash Bandicoot struggled to transition from one generation to the next, Mario remained an ever present force and his games continued to evolve with the times. "The scenario dictated his role". It's shaping up to be the defining Mario experience, so it will be interesting to see how our perception of Mario changes after the game releases for Nintendo Switch on October 27.