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Super Paper Mario

Super Paper Mario (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Wii
Tags: Action, Platformer
Developer: Intelligent Systems


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Staff Reviews

Super Paper Mario review

Reviewed May 01, 2008

Danyal Vierheller says: "The lack of challenge is the gameís biggest issue, but it opens the playing field to people looking for a more casual experience. "
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Reader Reviews

Super Paper Mario review

Reviewed January 13, 2008

Daisuke02 says: "Turning Mario & Co. into paper cut-outs was a surprisingly good on Nintendoís part. After all, it led to the creation of the excellent Paper Mario RPGs on the Nintendo 64 and Gamecube. Super Paper Mario is the third installment in the series, but it alters the formula to the point where it's almost unrecognizable. While this prevents the series from becoming stale, the changes weren't necessarily for the better. While some of the additions to Super Paper Mario are clever..."
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Super Paper Mario review

Reviewed April 17, 2007

disco says: "The end of the world is nigh. Nations are rising against each other. Calamities are ravaging countless innocents around the planet. And in the Mushroom Kingdom, Princess Peach and Bowser are getting married. Thatís right. The classic damsel in distress and ineffectual villain are going to tie the knot and live happily (well, probably just one of them) ever after. Donít take this as one of Bowserís half-baked schemes; a more dangerous foe named Count Bleck is pulling the strings behind the scenes..."
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Super Paper Mario review

Reviewed October 27, 2007

PAJ89 says: "The latest instalment of the Paper Mario franchise captures a beauty similar to the paper-folding art of origami; a mixture of vibrant colours, abstract design, and mind-boggling use of 2D and 3D contributes to this, but donít think Super Paper Mario is a one-trick pony. The side-scrolling action of the classic Mario games, combined with light RPG elements of the Paper Mario sub-franchise, complement each other marvellously. "
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Super Paper Mario Reviews Around the Internet

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