It all began with one Nintendo 64 game in 2001: Paper Mario. It was considered by many to be the spiritual successor to Super Nintendo’s Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars. Its charming art style and excellent battle system carried over to the GameCube with a sequel titled The Thousand Year Door. After the Wii’s release, Nintendo chose to reinvent Paper Mario and made a platforming adventure game with Super Paper Mario. The general consensus was that the game was the black sheep of the franchise, which is why so many had high hopes for its newest installment on the 3DS Sticker Star. Instead of a return to glory, Paper Mario has gotten himself a bit sidetracked.
Born and raised in Denver, CO in 1979, I've been playing games since I was old enough to hold a controller. I was weened on Atari, then Nintendo and Sega, and currently own just about every console and handheld made. I'm an avid hip hop fan and I love to read books. Favorite authors include Dean Koontz, Stephen Hunter, and Christopher Moore. I'm also an avid movie watcher and I try to collect as many Blu-Rays as I can.
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