Nov 24, 2016 05:44 AM EST

'Super Mario' Title Soon To Be Released On Xbox; Microsoft's Head Phil Spencer Expresses Positive Impression

Super Mario is one of the legends of console games having worldwide fans ranging from kids of today's generation to cool dads who want to relive the world of Super Mario. Yes, not only kids are fond of playing Mario games. Even the grownups are much like a fanatic as their kids.

Super Mario on Xbox?

Mario games have always been a trademark of Nintendo. But fans around the world are questioning about whether or not there is a chance for them to play the game on Xbox platform. Apparently, they may already have the answer.

Microsoft and Nintendo are planning to collaborate once again - this time, it's for Super Mario

Microsoft and Nintendo are doing great on Minecraft. This time, both companies are looking for something much bigger. On his recent interview with AusGamers, Xbox head Phil Spencer expressed his huge interest in collaborating once again with Nintendo - this time for the all-time favorite console game, Super Mario.

Although this is a big news for the fans, they already have anticipated that both Microsoft and Nintendo would do great in their partnerships. According to IGN, this is not the first time that Spencer has talked about collaborating with Nintendo. Last year, Spencer also showed interest in seeing Banjo in Super Smash Bros., saying "Yes I would do that in a second."

Being a big Nintendo Fan, Spencer's impression towards Nintendo games could pave a way for a very great Microsoft-Nintendo relationship

Spencer also admitted during the interview that he is a big fan of Nintendo games and would love to work with the company if they ever had a chance to work with them in the future. Although there is no confirmation yet from both companies, there is a huge possibility of exchanges of games between the two largest companies in the industry of video game consoles.

Want to know more Super Mario updates? Check out a recent report by Jobs & Hire about the Super Mario Run release date and price.

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