The lights are on
The Paper Mario series has been one of the most reliably entertaining franchises around, and Sticker Star keeps that combo going. Dan, Bryan, and Jeff crowd around the 3DS' small screen to take a look at the game in an all-new Test Chamber.
You may not be able to experience the game's visuals in all their 3D glory, but you'll still get a chance to watch Mario stomp a few Goombas. The game features an interesting item-based combat system, which is outlined in the video. Jeff Cork had a great time with the game, and editors Dan Ryckert and Bryan Vore were instantly won over by its charm and depth as well. Or maybe they're just into anything that feeds into their Lisa Frank sticker obsessions.
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Looks pretty fantastic. A grand ol' time.
and now i want.
Ehhhh... I mite get this for my 3DS.
These test chambers are an invaluable resource. My son has this game on his christmas list. I hope you guys will do one for Epic Mickey power of illusion.
U know, i wasn't all too interested in this game before, but after watching this, I think i might invest in it sometime down the line. Looks a lot of fun, and simple. Perfect for a handheld.
What? Dan is won over by a Mario game? That can't be! XD
No zebras?! You disappoint me, Nintendo.
I love the Paper Mario franchise. They always make it more fun. I sware I can never say no to some Paper Mario. Lulz.. that rhymed :)
Paper Mario 1 and 2 were some of my favorite games to play as a kid, but with the arrival of Super Paper Mario, I was somewhat off put by the franchise as a whole. I'm really glad to see what their doing with the 3DS technology and I hope series will continue to thrive on Nintendo's technological innovations. This game really makes me want to go out right now and buy a 3DS
This actually does look pretty great. Unfortunately, I'm not a big fan of any of the mobile platforms. I pretty much only game at home, and much prefer PC or console.
Still an entertaining video, and I love the recent (past couple of years) emphasis on expanded video content for the site. Great stuff!
Been too long since I played a Paper Mario game. Definitely want to check this new one out.
Yay Paper Mario!