Paper Mario: The Origami King Is $10 Off Right Now

You can find Paper Mario: The Origami King for Nintendo Switch at a nice price with free shipping.


If you didn't pick up Paper Mario: The Origami King during its release weekend, you can snag it for a discount right now at Ebay. Brand-new copies of the Nintendo Switch exclusive are available for $49.90, but a limited quantity are available, so you'll probably want to act fast. The deal comes from reputable seller nationwidedistributors and has free shipping as well as a money-back guarantee.

It's worth noting that you can get Paper Mario: The Origami King for just $50 at Walmart, but it's an in-store only promotion. That makes this Ebay deal the best if you don't feel like visiting your local Walmart. Considering that Nintendo exclusives are often sold for full price even years after they release, seeing an online deal for one right after launch is fairly rare. Plus, we doubt it'll drop much lower than $50 anytime soon.

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Paper Mario: The Origami King once again innovates on the popular franchise that has gone through numerous transformations. It earned an impressive 8/10 in GameSpot's Paper Mario: The Origami King review, with critic Suriel Vazquez praising the delightful combat system, clever writing, and charming world.

"With a newfound combat system that steals the show and offers a novel take on turn-based combat, its winking, nodding, and adventuring shine all the brighter," Vazquez wrote. "Its world and characters might not be the series' best, but it's still able to consistently throw left turns, good gags, and smart surprises at you. Each piece of The Origami King elegantly fits into its whole, taking its irreverent flair to new heights. The Paper Mario series has recently shown that being clever and being smart are two different things, but thankfully, it's once again managed to be both."

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