A little while after the release of Super Mario RPG, Square left Nintendo and many fans thought Mario would never appear on a RPG game again. This changed when in 2001 Paper Mario was launched.
The main charm of the game is its Paper style that will make you remember those days when you couldn't stop playing Mario Bros. Besides, the game also keeps all features that made its predecessor a huge classic, such as the nice battle system, beautiful scenarios, many strategies to be used and, of course, all those marvelous characters that inhabit the Mushroom Kingdom.
You can also learn several special moves by using over 50 badges that can be found in the game. With that many options, added to many hours of gameplay and one of the highest levels of challenge you will find in any game, Paper Mario is definitely a classic.