Those who played Super Mario 64 certainly know the eternal debate about which is a phrase that says Mario Bowser start floating platform puzzle has been solved finally by none other Charles Martinet, Actor, voice of the famous plumber Nintendo (through Siliconera).
If they do not know is that in the final match clásicoSuper Mario 64 – Mario vs. Bowser with a & # 39 is the epic struggle in which Mario must keep bowsers tail and throw against the balls of explosive metal, but also how to stop the villain, Mario says a phrase that is not well understood, and this has caused debate.
Most people think that says "By this time, Bowser!"But if you talk with an accent, which sounds like a Mario"So longee, Bowser!"Even many argued that read"By that time, gay bowsers!"Qi"By then, expensive bowsers!"But now the authoritative voice of Martin confirmed that actually says"By that time, Kinga bowsers!".
So really all the time said, "I'll see you later, King Bowser!", Only with A at the end of the king's causing confusion.
By that time, Kinga bowsers!
– Charles Martin (@CharlesMartinet) April 29, 2019
The phrase has been changed in the remake for the Nintendo DS
Detail should be noted that in remake Super Mario 64 for the Nintendo DS has changed commented on the proposal for "Bye bye"It is possible to avoid further discussion.
Super Mario 64 was released in 1996 for the Nintendo 64.