In their 2D and 3D platforming adventures, Mario and Luigi have personalities as thin as paper. Thank goodness for their RPG games, in which Nintendo’s iconic brothers get deeper stories to be heroes of, and personalities that shine. The box art of Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam continues a trend in showing that blessing.
Thinking about buying a new Nintendo DSi today? Think again. Nintendo of America is making the purchase of the dual-screen, dual-camera portable a little sweeter later this month, tossing in a complementary copy of Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story.
I'm 33 and, with mixed emotions, I play games that star Super Mario.
This year saw the launch of not one, but two additions to the DS family.
Mario and Luigi's eternal struggle against the forces that threaten the Mushroom Kingdom—and frequently kidnap Princess Peach—continue in Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story, the latest in the lighthearted, action-oriented role-playing game series.
Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story is on a very very short list of games releasing before the holidays that I plan on purchasing—with my own money!—and completing from start to finish. That's rare!
.html Adventuring within the guts of Mario and Luigi's arch nemesis Bowser may not be what you were expecting of the newest Mario & Luigi RPG, but Bowser's Inside Story has the intestinal fortitude to go there.
Nintendo of America is bringing Mario & Luigi RPG3!!! for the Nintendo DS to the West as Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story, the latest role-playing game to star the dynamic plumbing duo.