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Submitted by -Mezzo- 1129d ago | interview

Game Informer - Super Mario 3D Land Director Talks Sequel Possibilities And More

Game Informer - We got a chance to sit down with the director of Super Mario 3D Land, Koichi Hayashida. The expressive, charismatic Nintendo developer worked as the main programmer of Super Mario Sunshine and directed Super Mario Galaxy 2 and several other games at the company. During our interview, we spoke with him about a possible Super Mario 3D Land sequel, the chances of a Super Mario 64 3D remake, and more. (3DS, Koichi Hayashida, Super Mario 3D Land)

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