“With a name like Bowser, who better to hold the keys to the Nintendo,” Fils-Aime said in a video posted on social media.
He couldn’t resist a few other wisecracks before he leaves the company on April 15.
“This is not ‘game over’ for me, but instead ‘leveling up’ to more time with my wife, family and friends,” he said in a statement.
Whether Mario and Luigi still have a future at Nintendo remains to be seen.
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