Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam is charming, entertaining, tedious, and padded. Associate Editor Esteban Cuevas' review.
Paper + 3D... Yeah that doesn't sound like a super combo.
It looked like it could be good, but it's always a drag when a game is clearly padded out.
It's really unfortunate. The combat is really good.
Aww.. I was really hoping this would be better than Sticker Star. It looked so good!!
The game is fantastic. One review from a site I have not heard of does not change that. The majority of the reviews are great.
More power to you if you enjoy the game. However, in my opinion, the game had too many flaws to be called a fantastic game.
I gave it an 8.5. It is really good.
Just because you fundamentally disagree with the score, doesn't mean the points in the review lack merit. Is there something the reviewer mentioned that you find arguable? You're right that this is just one review, but if the points discussed in that one review are significant to one person, it has built a bridge of understanding between the consumer and the writer. It's up to the consumer to decide if that review has sufficiently convinced them of the quality of the game. If they feel they need more input to make that decision, it's entirely up to them, and that information is readily available because there are so many differing opinions published regularly, often of wildly different conclusions. Are you looking for one ubiquitous answer that, "yes this game is good"? This is one review of many, yes, but just because you or anyone else disagrees with this one, doesn't make it wrong or less informative for someone who finds the writer to be an informative source.
lazy developers.. All those resources and money, yet they can not produce a good game.
What games have you made? You call them lazy, would you call them lazy to their faces or do you just troll on the internet. They did make a good game
Average game for Nintendo not great.
Slow start, constant tutorials, constant hints, and game time padded with fetch quests and backtracking galore? Sounds like par for the course from the big N.
The start is actually rather fast, barely any tutorials, you should try the game.
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