One of the most beloved franchises on Nintendo platforms is the Paper Mario series. Although Paper Mario: Sticker Star on the Nintendo 3DS failed to live up to the heights that the series had led up to we have had some brilliant titles namely Paper Mario The Thousand-Year Door on the GameCube. YouTube channel Super Coin Crew have produced a video which looks at the cherished series and have provided us with 107 facts about the series. If you’re a Paper Mario fan then you’re going to want to watch this video!
We heard earlier today that Emily Rogers and Liam Robertson were teasing that they were aware of the existence of a unannounced Wii U title and were willing to spill the beans on Monday. Well, it seems as though they have lifted the lid early on the announcement and the game they were planning to reveal is Paper Mario for the Wii U. Apparently the game is currently being localised and tested. Here’s what Emily had to say!
A new launch trailer for Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam is out now and aims at consumers in North America, where the game will finally arrive on January 22. The 30-second clip demonstrates how players can take advantage of Paper Mario‘s unique abilities, such as being able to slip through cracks, making copies of himself and folding himself up into shapes that can be used to solve puzzles. The Nintendo 3DS game launched last year in Japan, Europe and Australia.
Popular game trivia site, Did You Know Gaming?, has released a video that takes a long, hard look at the original Paper Mario, revealing tons of info about the game’s development and hidden easter eggs. For example, did you know that the game was originally referred to as Super Mario RPG 2, and was meant to be a sequel to The Legend of the Seven Stars? Did you know that the game was intended for the Nintendo 64 disc drive, or that the game hints at the development of Luigi’s Mansion for the GameCube? If you answered “no” to any of these, you’ll definitely want to check out the video below.
The latest trailer for Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam is out now and focuses on delivering “Just the Fax.” Hopefully it makes the wait more bearable for North American consumers, who don’t get the game until January 22. Available now in Europe and Japan, Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam is the newest entry in the Mario & Luigi series and features elements from the Paper Mario universe. Players must learn to utilize the talents of Mario, Luigi and Paper Mario to tackle a number of quests to separate and save the two worlds.
Nintendo Europe has tweeted that fans of Super Mario Maker will soon be able to get a Paper Mario Costume by taking on the Super Mario Maker Event Course which has been created by the Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam Bros development team. Sounds like a nice gift to me! Hopefully it proves to be a good challenge.
Mario and Luigi have set out on another adventure which is exclusive to the Nintendo 3DS. The game its titled Mario & Luigi Paper Jam and it will be out in Spring 2016. Maybe it will be released earlier in Europe, we shall have to wait and see.