Our series providing audio-visual versions of our written content continues with Anna Marie Privitere’s review of Paper Mario: The Origami King on Nintendo Switch. Though the series has strayed from its more classic roots, there’s enough of a solid base to crease out a niche between action-platformer and RPG.
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Welcome to the end of everyone’s favorite monthly gameathon, #JRPGJuly. Let’s see how folks finished out the month and if they were successful in completing their game of choice.
The Paper Mario series has strayed from its more classic roots, but thankfully there’s enough of a solid base to crease out a niche between action-platformer and RPG.
It’s Week 4 of #JRPGJuly! Let’s see how the staff progressed in their chosen games this week, shall we?
Join Anna Marie, Chris, Josh, and Kelley this week, as things get a little weirder than usual. A sticky soda fracas kicks off the show. Meanwhile, Kelley runs the news section for the first time, which is good since Chris stomps off after discovering this is definitely the worst timeline of them all. And don’t forget, #JRPGJuly continues for one more week!
To commemorate the release of Paper Mario: The Origami King, Nintendo has released a new trailer. The video highlights some of the interesting locales Mario will visit on his quest to untangle Peach’s castle.
Ahead of next week’s launch of Paper Mario: The Origami King, Nintendo held a special Treehouse Live presentation. The video features over thirty minutes of gameplay footage.
A new video explores the world and gameplay of Mario’s next paper-based outing in detail. Players only have to wait another month before the game’s worldwide release on Switch.
A brand new Paper Mario game is heading to the Switch. Beware, the Origami King is looking to invade the Mushroom Kingdom and deliver the worst paper cuts imaginable.