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Paper Mario Sticker Star Review (

In many ways, Paper Mario: Star Sticker is the return to form of the series. After a brief detour with Super Paper Mario for the Wii, which avoided many of the RPG mechanics associated with the series for a simpler design, Sticker Star embraces its heritage RPG, placing renewed emphasis on the management of items and turn-based combat . This should be good news for fans who were disappointed with the series after the game for Wii, but not the only remarkable aspect of the new game. Sticker Star also has plenty of its own innovations as well, making the game truly unique in the series and not just a simple upgrade of the glories of the past.

This does not mean that with Star Sticker is completely abandons the experiences platforms with Super Paper Mario. Throughout the game will enccontrar traces of the Wii title yet persistent in game design. The areas are divided into different "levels", which are arranged on a world map that resembles Super Mario World and Mario no longer gain ex... (3DS, Paper Mario: Sticker Star) 8.8/10

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