A few days ago, Brie Larson made his debut on YouTube. the Captain Marvel star launched his own channel and, to no one’s surprise, his first video included a number of references to his passion for video games. Larson is a big fan of Animal Crossing: New Horizons on Nintendo Switch, as well as games like Pokemon and The legend of Zelda: the breath of nature. In the video, Larson even describes an incident where she kicked her boyfriend out of her house while trying to finish Super Mario Galaxyis the last level! While this may sound a bit reckless, it is certainly the kind of situation that some players can relate to!”He said I take him too seriously!” I threw it out of my house, ”said Larson laughing.
In addition to Super Mario Galaxy, Larson also talks about his interest in other games. There are of course references to Animal Crossing, but the actress also revealed that she was a fan of Fortnite, as well as.
Larson’s actions are at least somewhat understandable. After all, Super Mario Galaxy is one of the most popular titles in the Mario franchise. Released in 2007 on the Nintendo Wii, the game was an immediate critical darling. Although the title has not yet been ported to a modern platform, Super Mario Galaxy obtained direct follow-up in 2010 in the form of Super Mario Galaxy 2.
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– Brie Larson (@brielarson) July 2, 2020
Of course, if the rumors are to be believed, a whole new generation of players will have the opportunity to experience Super Mario Galaxy for themselves in the near future. Super Mario Galaxy is one of a handful of old Mario games believed to be on the way to Nintendo Switch. At the time of this writing, Nintendo has yet to confirm these rumors, but it is believed that the game will come alongside games like Super Mario Sunshine. It’s all supposedly part of the 35th anniversary of the Mario franchise. It remains to be seen whether or not it’s more than a rumor right now, but it looks like a lot of fans, including Brie Larson, would be more than happy to see it happen!
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