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Paper Mario Sticker Star
Family Friendly Gaming
8 September 2013
Excerpt: I was so excited when Nintendo announced Paper Mario Sticker Star on the Nintendo 3DS. We blanketed the game with excessive amounts of coverage. I had one mild concern about the game, but reserved judgment until I got to play it. I scraped up enough money to finally purchase this hand held title.
Summary: Back in 2001, Nintendo released Paper Mario for the Nintendo 64. When I first saw screenshots of the game back then, I kind of shrugged it off. I like Mario games, but this one looked kind of "kiddie" so to speak.
Excerpt: Interaction has always been a key selling point in Mario's role-playing adventures. Whereas traditional turn-based RPGs force you to watch battles unfold, Nintendo throws a welcome layer of strategy into its games, as players tap buttons in rhythm to maximize attacks and reduce damage from enemies.
Summary: " Paper Mario: Sticker Star " is a charming and fun RPG. While its systems are quite simple and easily brute forced, there is more than enough content to keep Mario fans engrossed while providing accessible for a broader audience.
Excerpt: In the toad town of Decalburg, they are preparing for the Stickerfest event where a comet comes down and grants their wishes. In typical fashion, Bowser ruins everything by kidnapping Princess Peach, breaking the comet into pieces, and scattering them throughout the kingdom.
Pros: A fun and unique twist on the Paper Mario franchise by requiring stickers to do battle.
Cons: Not the same formula as the previous Paper Mario games, but it’s still fun and fits in with the rest.