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Submitted by -Mezzo- 912d ago | preview

IGN - Pouncing and Peeling in Paper Mario: Sticker Star

IGN - If you watched Nintendo's brief E3 demo of Paper Mario: Sticker Star, then you've pretty much seen exactly what was playable at this year's Penny Arcade Expo. Without any real introduction Mario's simply dropped into Sticker Star's take on the Mushroom Kingdom, moving as a 2D character in an environment that's a mixture of 2D objects in a 3D space. Mario can do iconic things like smash brick blocks, nab coins and items from question mark blocks and collect the stickers that drive the main mechanics of the game. (3DS, Paper Mario: Sticker Star)

eagle21  +   911d ago
This game needs more attention from gamers. Paper Mario series is absolute AAA. I think the last PM sold around 3.5 million. That's great, but Paper Mario deserves like 7 million. Can't wait!!!

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