Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door User Reviews

9.1

Better than the Original? There’s a Chance!

The good:

Rogueport & other worlds create a new experience
The return of partners
Clever dialogue and plot
Increased difficulty
A vast amount of side quests

The bad:

Audio less fitting to the game than the original
Suffers from excessive dialogue at times

Summary:

Direct sequels are for the most part, a rare sighting when it comes to Mario RPG's. Often seen as games that hold their own, change is a common occurrence in Mario games, until 2004 came along. Paper Mario 64 introduced a new perspective into the plumber's wide array of mishaps and adventures by combining a 2D world with 3D graphics, not to mention the return of turn based combat. This clever blend of game mechanics created one of the most charming games not just for the Mario series, but a must own for any Nintendo fan out there. The Thousand Year Door continues on its predecessor's past ...

9.4

Jump into the action while the story unfolds!

The good:

-Many playable characters and chapters
-Extremely emotional game play, and storyline
-Makes you excited for the next chapter
-Excellent Graphics, and Sound
-Huge variety of characters and different emotional stories going on at one time
-Great Battle features (HP, FP, BP)
-2D and 3D paper-like setting

The bad:

-Not much to do after you complete the game

Summary:



Picture A: This is the North America Box-Art for Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door

Introduction
It's a calm day on the boat. You, Mario, are headed to RoguePort after hearing Princess Peach had been abducted. As you arrive, you notice a few pesky fiends bothering an innocent Goomba. 'œHEY! That isn't nice!' you think, as you rush over immediately to help out! You battle, and triumph over the enemy. Your adventure unravels, page by page as you continue to go through the paper-world searching high and low for the Crystal Stars'¦

Game Play
The game play is excellent in this game. You begi...

8.8

A Game That Will Last Thousands Of Years.

The good:

- Good Graphics.
- Good Music.
- Good Storyline.
- Good Gameplay.
- Good Battle System.
- Replay Value.

The bad:

- No Online Mode.
- No Multiplayer Mode.
- No Easter Eggs.
- No Voice Acting.

Summary:

Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door is another great game by Nintendo. A game that can be enjoyed by the whole family, and a game that will get anyone hooked for a long time.

The Good;

Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door has many good elements, and this elements are very well synchronized, creating an awesome atmosphere for your Gameplay experience.

The graphics are very good and unique. Only Paper Mario games get this unique kind of graphics. The graphics, unlickely most Mario games, are in 2D instead of 3D. The graphics are very colorful, something that I really liked. Every object is simple...

9.8

Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door

The good:

Charming Graphics
Amazing Music
Brilliant Gameplay
Great Plot
Witty Dialogue
Highly addictive
A good price for what you're getting if you're buying it!

The bad:

Some Chapters can be frustrating and the dialogue sometimes for a bit too long.

Summary:

At first RPGs were a little bit on the boring side. This game changed it all. You first enter the game seeing Mario's house. Exactly the same as the last Paper Mario game. However, there is a difference.

The graphics have had a HUGE improvement. It is also a charming scene.
In the game, there is a black chest. In the chest there is a spirit who thinks it is a bad thing that you can turn into a paper aeroplane. This is quite funny.

Basically, Princess Peach sends you a letter to meet her at Rogueport. (A location in the game) Accordingly, she has found a real, genuine treasure map. In a hurry, ...

9.0

Paper Mario Returns to the Gamecube

The good:

+ New storyline, partners, and levels
+ New techniques
+ Lasts a while

The bad:

- Lame puns used often
- Bosses are too easy
- Backtracking

Summary:

Paper Mario is back in a new adventure. As always in Paper Mario, everything is paper giving a new perspective in gameplay. Because it is paper it hides many secrets that normally you wouldn't see without blowing a page away, or blowing up cracks in the wall using the new partners. Each new partner displays techniques similar to the partners' in the original Paper Mario, yet though they are so alike, they are also very different. They returned with the tradition of your first to partners being a Goomba and a Koopa as well as the first chapter being at a castle too!

The new storyline is g...

8.0

Paper Mario Returns!

The good:

Partners have HP Pit of 100 Trials Good music New Badges Super Guard Can turn into 4 different things

The bad:

Bad Storyline Needs to be longer Too easy

Summary:

Great game, great game. Let's start off with the good stuff. Partners now have HP. A very more fun way than just losing partners turns. And get this, partners HP rises when they increase their power with shine sprites! Obviously when their HP runs out they can't do actions anymore. Also, while I'm on the partner subject, you can make partners go to the front and get hit more often than you. This will allow you to rest a little while and hopefully not die. The Pit of 100 Trials is available once you beat the game. You must go through 100 levels and throughout the Pit you will find nift...

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