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- Oct 11, 2004
Greg Kasavin puts Paper Mario through its paces. Find out if it's worth your time.
While not the most exciting speaker, this guy is one of the best game reviewers ever to appear in front of a camera. He has never seemed to get caught in the fanboyism or hatred towards popular game series. When it comes down to it, this guy just plays games, and talks about them, gamer-to-gamer. He's most like a "real" gamer of any reviewer I've seen on any of the big-name sites.
I am so angry with GameStop right now!After years of looking,I finally found a copy at a GameStop,but when I got home to play it,the freakn' disc couldn't read! I was so sad! :(
I'm not huge Nintendo fan, but the Paper Mario games are very fun and a great introduction to turn based rpg novices like me. I recommend them highly.
Tough game to judge at first, but very fun to play. Humorous throughout, and loved the Bowser stages (Super Mario Rock Remix ftw!). The hardest one in the series currently (do Pit of 100 Trials first and then try to tell me it isn't hard); let's see if Paper Mario 3DS can beat it.
This game was freakin amazing. better than the original, even though the peach subplot is weird. It is easily the greatest of the three
My favorite game of all time, after playing games like call of duty, mercenaries, and other games on the xbox 360. Gamecube is still an amazing system. Unlike anything I have ever played.
All of the negative but harmless comments are hidden because they "do not meet the display criteria". Is that criteria only agreeing with the review? I think this game looks awesome, but if folks didn't like it, I still want to read their comments. I love you gamespot, but this is a little creepy!
first time i bought it played it for first 5 minutes stopped. 1 year later i beated the hole game its really good.
Released quite some time ago, and it's still a fun role playing experience. I love your review, Gamespot.
Looks fun. Might have to check it out sometime as I still have a GameCube. Love how they turn makes them seem more like paper than just a 3D Character with games now have that feel that we are so used to.