Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door (GC)
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  • It's Mario, but a turn-based RPG with an amazing storyline
  • As stated before, it's a turn-based RPG, and I love RPGs
  • Really, there isn't anything I don't like about this game
  • There aren't annoying difficulty jumps, there are plenty of enemies but not too many to be in your way of progressing (not to mention there are plenty of ways to avoid fighting), you'll almost never need to level grind, and there are plenty of items available

    • by Naoto
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      Mario. Do I really need to say much more than that? Mario is the staple of video games. The father or gaming, so to speak.

      If you’ve every heard anything about video games, it’s probably something about Mario. Now that I’ve gotten that rambling out of the way, Thousand Year Door is the second game in the Paper Mario series.

      It’s Mario, but a turn-based RPG with an amazing storyline. Basically, Peach has been kidnapped AGAIN and Mario has to save her.

      How? Find all 7 of the Crystal Stars that have been marked on the map Peach sent you before she


      was kidnapped. It’s beautifully simple, but it’s fleshed out more and more as you play until it blossoms into a brilliant Mario adventure.

      As stated before, it’s a turn-based RPG, and I love RPGs. The combat is simple, but there’s still a lot of strategy to play into it.

      Most of it is in which sidekick you use in battle, as they each have different move sets and specialties. There are several you obtain as you progress through the game, and each one has their own personality.

      Actually, dialog will change slightly depending on which partner you have out with you at ...


      • the time. Probably one of the most fun aspects of the game is at the end of each chapter, in which you play a short section as Peach, then Bowser.

        I don’t want to say much about these parts as they contain minor spoilers, but I will say they are refreshing and incredibly fun. The music is amazing, and the paper effects are great and charming.

        I absolutely love the controls as well. As I already ranted on about, I love the RPG aspect and storyline.

        Really, there isn’t anything I don’t like about this game. There aren’t annoying difficulty jumps, there

        are plenty of enemies but not too many to be in your way of progressing (not to mention there are plenty of ways to avoid fighting), you’ll almost never need to level grind, and there are plenty of items available.

        Everything is fun in this game!

        If you have a GameCube or a Wii and are looking for something good for the family to enjoy, this is an absolute must-have. Everyone can enjoy this game, young or old, and there’s so much to do and enjoy it’s worth almost any price you pay.

        I’ve beaten the game too many times than I can count and it still hasn’t gotten old!




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