For any fans of the Paper Mario series, this is for you. I don't know if I would consider this an RPG since there's no leveling up or whatever, the strength is in what type of stickers you have, which all account for individual actions during battle, making it so you need stickers in order to progress. But the visuals are great, the story is simple but quirky and humorous as usual, and the best part is that this time you can play it anywhere now that the series has hit the handheld market. I highly recommend it.
posted by Sonicdude090 (MISSION VIEJO, CA) Aug 21, 2013
Member since Aug 2013
Sucks I thought that my first rpg would be fun but I was wrong because theirs to much talking not enough platforming it gets annoying every time I die I restart all over again and then guess what they say the same thing all over again I mean it will be fine if you could skip the text but no you have to wait until it's done and they say so many things.
posted by JT10987 (MISSION VIEJO, CA) Jun 20, 2013
Member since Jun 2013
Nothing will ever capture the magic of Paper Mario for the N64. However, Paper Mario Sticker Star is a very enjoyable handheld version of the series. After the terrible Super Paper Mario for the Wii, this was a very welcome addition to the series.
I wish there were more than two towns in the entire game, and the towns that are in the game are very limited. I miss having companion characters. The plot is seriously lacking.
However, if you don't try to compare this game to its predecessors, you may find it to be a very entertaining, enjoyable Mario game with replay value. I have played it twice now and really enjoy it.