Nintendo's got up a great Iwata Asks interview with the folks behind Paper Mario: Sticker Star that's worth a read.
The next home console from Nintendo is so close you can taste it. It probably tastes like fingerprints. In the meantime, games continue to roll out for the company's handhelds. And, look, a WiiWare release! Let's run it all down.
Have you ever played a video game that you had trouble describing as either "good" or "bad"? Have you ever played something so simultaneously delightful yet frustrating that for every smile it put on your face, it made you want to ram a fist through the wall? Have you ever thought "holy crap, this is clever" roughly…
Or at least one goat. And a boat. And a world map! And lots of other delightful, charming content that the Paper Mario series is known for.
We've already seen some of the footage in this new trailer for Paper Mario: Sticker Star, but that doesn't make it any less awesome. I love me some Paper Mario. Can't wait for this one.
Stickers, ineffable wonder, and childhood go hand in hand. And perhaps Mario has always spoken to this. Cliff Bleszinski once said that "There's something about the hidden element to Mario where you jump and hit your head on a block and just out of nowhere secret things would appear. They made you feel like a kid in…
Few video game series are as consistently delightful as Paper Mario, Nintendo's charming set of plumber-themed RPGs. Paper Mario: Sticker Star, out this fall for 3DS, looks to be no exception. It's funny, weird, and quite charming.
With the release of the new 3DS XL just a week away, Nintendo releases its massive list of 3DS, DSi and eShop game releases, solidifying a November release for the next installment of Paper Mario, giving Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon a 2013 move-in date, and dropping a few surprises for Nintendo's portable power players.
Nintendo held four conferences this week. At least two of them should have been just about this game.