does nintendo's paper-styleized RPG game fall flat or is it a cut above the rest?
Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door improves on its predecessor in every way and takes the cake as the best Mario RPG yet. Highly recommended.
Presentation: Nintendo's classic characters, great menu systems, and a unique, but limited style. Bare bones presentation package for an RPG-8/10
Graphics: The great-looking environments and cute characters go a long way. Too bad the texture work and artistic scope is limited in some levels-8/10
sound: Nostalgic melodies and sound effects all around -- no cheesy attempts at doing midi orchestras here. It's game music at its purest 9.5/10
Gameplay: A great adventure, awesome mixture of exploration, roleplaying and action, and a fun battle system make this a true winner.-10/10
Lasting appeal: More than 30 hours of gameplay, varied conversations and tons of stuff to collect and find-9.5/10
my verdict- buy it :)