Reviews and Problems with Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door
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ChargerFan17 , GameStop
12 June 2011
Summary: Paper mario is probably a good game...because i sold it before i finished it. I couldnt figure this game out . I think it was a very good game with good graphics and sound and a great storyline. But i wouldnt buy it again.
Summary: Peach has been kidnapped once again. (oops, was that spoilers???) So Mario unfolds himself, grabs a friend or two, and sets out on an epic quest from the shady streets of Rougeport to the far reaches of outer-space! A Turn-style RPG adventure game with Mario? Heck yeah! Get its Prequel - Paper Mario (N64) - on virtual console, then grab this game! Great use of that 20 burning a hole in your pocket.
Summary: When I first played the game, I considered it to be okay. But then it go't more intense throughout the whole storyline. With all the bosses and partners and some shocking twists, the beginning kind of confused me mainly because the puzzle was harder than it looked with all the koopa shooting. These are the kind of games that can be frustrating and tough to finish since the story is packed with so many maps and bosses.
Summary: this is a good game, i could not stop playing it. although there were a few problems like the fact how you have to use certain characters to defeat enemies or how there is no 2 player in this game i would know i had this game for 5 years. But this game can get addicting. i remember when this game it didn't take long for me to get in to this game. But i recommand you rent before buying, i mean this game isn't really for serious gamers. But over i still over all good game.
Summary: If you get a chance to play this it is a nice round like final fanstay style rpg game you roam around the place looking for the these crystal stars things after killing certain bosses. Overall looks amazing and I was like hooked to it for days but then something is totally lacking just like FF series this game has too much chit chat when ever someone speaks and you read a lot of it or you could be hammer the B button madly to make it disppear which makes this game...
Summary: I've had this game for a while and I still find it enjoyable to play. The characters and storyline are pretty familiar for anyone who's played Mario games before. The difference this time is that Mario and Co. are made of paper and are therefore flat. This means that Mario can turn sideways to go through fencing, make himself into a paper plane to cover large distances and roll himself into a tube when necessary.
Summary: I like this game. It's brilliant. Lots more enimies to battle, more stuff to do. At the start, you'll be armed with a cute little girl goomba called Goombella, but as you progress through the game you'll get more helpful friends like Koops, Flurrie and a little yoshi who you can name! If you're a Mario fan, I recommend you buy this.
Summary: Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door has almost austere graphics in their lack of detail in part (the sewers for instance) The levels do have a distinct art style though (the striking black and white of Boggly Woods, interspersed with colour for instance). The feel of the game is a bit like the SNES Super Mario World made into an RPG for people who don't normally like RPGs (like me).