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New Paper Mario Sticker Star Trailer Won't Come Off

Posted on Thursday, October 25 @ 10:38:00 Eastern by

While I'm one of many fans still clamoring for a follow up to Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars, Paper Mario has taken a ball and run with it, you just might not want it back. The series started on the Nintendo 64 and is now coming to the 3DS handheld.

We already knew all of that. We've had our hands on Paper Mario: Sticker Star a few times, but the problem is they keep taking it away from us. Everytime I see the game I want it more. I've taken a liking to RPGs on my handhelds following Persona 3 Portable, playing them in bed before going to sleep.

Sticker Star certainly seems to be compelling, but there's a sleepy quality to the flat little Mario and all the Toads he's apparently going to find hidden in Sticker Star's world which you'll be able to dive into when it lands at retail and the eShop on November 11th.
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