The video explores some of the game’s stunning scenery, from Autumn Mountain to the Scorching Sandpaper Desert. It really is beautiful, isn’t it?
If you haven’t already, make sure to read our full review of the new Paper Mario to see if it might be for you. We also rounded up a selection of review scores from other outlets, should you want to see how it’s gone down with critics worldwide. Here’s just a taste of our own findings:
Paper Mario: The Origami King tries to do something different with its combat system and, to be honest, we aren’t feeling it. That doesn’t mean the rest of the game isn’t thoroughly entertaining, however, and while the puzzle-based battles aren’t quite what a new Paper Mario game needed, they aren’t so awful that everything else shouldn’t be experienced as a result.
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