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Super Paper Mario

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  • User Score (738)
    8.1 8.1 from 738 reviewers
  • Expert Score (146)
    8.1 8.1 from 146 reviewers
  • Value for money (12)
    6.1 6.1 from 12 reviewers
  • Features (6)
    7.4 7.4 from 6 reviewers
  • Sound quality (14)
    7.1 7.1 from 14 reviewers
  • Gameplay (227)
    7.7 7.7 from 227 reviewers
  • Graphics (259)
    7.5 7.5 from 259 reviewers
  • Sound (191)
    7.6 7.6 from 191 reviewers
  • Storyline (34)
    6.9 6.9 from 34 reviewers
  • Control (5)
    7.6 7.6 from 5 reviewers
  • Lifespan (8)
    7.2 7.2 from 8 reviewers
  • Overall quality (5)
    6.4 6.4 from 5 reviewers
  • Playability (2)
    6.8 6.8 from 2 reviewers
  • Audio & image quality (27)
    7.0 7.0 from 27 reviewers
  • Replay value (2)
    7.4 7.4 from 2 reviewers
  • Lastability (139)
    7.3 7.3 from 139 reviewers
  • Originality (5)
    8.9 8.9 from 5 reviewers
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The Intelligent Systems division of Nintendo produced this third installment in the Paper Mario video game series. Super Paper Mario qualifies as a platform/role-playing game (RPG) that can be played for Wii format.

Super Paper Mario relies on 8 chapters all in all – once a chapter is completed, the player is able to return a chapter that has been finished with. Your mission in this single-player video game is to try to get back the kidnapped Princess Peach from the castle of your prime suspect King Bo…

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The Intelligent Systems division of Nintendo produced this third installment in the Paper Mario video game series. Super Paper Mario qualifies as a platform/role-playing game (RPG) that can be played for Wii format.

Super Paper Mario relies on 8 chapters all in all – once a chapter is completed, the player is able to return a chapter that has been finished with. Your mission in this single-player video game is to try to get back the kidnapped Princess Peach from the castle of your prime suspect King Bowser. This game was a hit when it came out because in Japan alone Nintendo was able to sell 500,000 copies out of the total 2.16 million copies that have been sold as of December 2007. The reason the series is called Paper Mario is that Mario only appears in two-dimensional form, though at certain stages he can be changed into 3-D form too.

Review Summary

The Super Paper Mario game begins with the plot of Princess Peach being held in captivity. Following that, Mario and Luigi sets off to find or save Princess Peach. The stages are quite interesting which includes the planning stages that Bowser has to kidnap Princess Peach. But it isn’t him who gets to kidnap the Princess but it is the one and only evil Count Bleck. The fact that he is dressed in darkness simplifies how evil and bad he is. Mario starts his attempt to save Princess Peach but end up being defeated by Count Bleck who also happens to wield a scepter. The evil Count Bleck then proceeds to transport Luigi, Bowser and all his other minions to another dimension. Another character comes to life after Mario regains consciousness. Known as a Pixl who’s name is Tippy, continues the journey by revealing to Mario that Count Bleck has an ancient book namely the Dark Prognosticus which details the destruction of all the worlds. Tippy brings Mario to another dimension where their journey turns continues into the imagination and it also portrays a softer side to the game which is the power of love. Quite a cinematic game with entertaining and funny dialogues, the Super Paper Mario manages to capture yet again the attention of its loyal players who’re over the moon over this mind-blowing game.

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