Takahashi Tezuka, the general manager of Nintendo Entertainment Analysis and Development, has announced that Nintendo Tokyo will be behind the development of the upcoming Mario Wii title, [i]Super Mario Galaxy[/i]. The new development company is responsible for developing [i]Donkey Kong: Jungle Beat[/i] and is mostly made up of EAD employees. Considering how well [i]Donkey Kong: Jungle Beat[/i] was received by the gaming press, they should be more than capable of the job.
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