An Imaginative Paper Mario Adventure with a Sticky Twist A sticky situation has never been so fun! There's trouble afoot in the town of Decalburg, where the devious Bowser has disrupted the beloved Sticker Fest by causing the Sticker Comet to explode. Now Royal Stickers and pieces of the comet have been flung far and wide, and it's up to Mario and his ally Kersti to set things right by recovering them. This captivating hand-held Adventure will have new and experienced fans of the Paper Mario series captivated as they navigate colorful 3D environments, defeat enemies, collect oodles of stickers and items and use them in a variety of fun ways.
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34 out of 5265%of reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Paper Mario: Sticker Star
Review 1 for Paper Mario: Sticker Star
Will be amazing
Location: Lincoln, CA
To clarify to all those people who seem to be confused about what this is; it is not a port of the N64 version. and those of you who have only played the wii one it will be entirely different to you since all the ones before the wii were not 2d platformers. they were RPG's. this is a brand new 3d title. will feature a new story, new characters, and they added "stickers" to help you in battle similar to other items in previous paper mario games (except wii. idk why they changed the gameplay style on that title). trailers so far have shown mario with a partner chomp chomp and is the only known partner at the time. if at all like the previous ones (except wii) this will be an awesome game. also i dont have anything against the wii one, but paper mario was meant to be an RPG, always will be. :D paper mario wii players out there. it's important that you know what your getting.
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YES YES YES.Paper mario 3ds will be turn based again,have classic mario related partners like a chain chomp,new power ups like the frog suit,and rumored and looks like a "sticker" gameplay mechanic .The rumored "sticker" gameplay mechanic is sorta like "oh no a missing bridge and u take a sticker of one put it on where the bridge should be and you can now pass".Check it out if you liked paper mario 64,paper mario ttyd,or super mario rpg.
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I per-ordered the game some time is September 2011 along with Luigi’s Mansion Dark Moon. I still would hope that Nintendo will stay with what they said that the two games would come out at the same time. I was a bit sad that some people said that Luigi’s Mansion Dark Moon would come out on February 4th 2013. But then I read that Paper Mario was coming out on November 11th 2012 and I saw hope again that I mite not have to wait a hole year before I got it. So anyone who wants both games don't give up hope. And please no hate about Paper Mario or Luigi’s Mansion Dark Moon.
Review 4 for Paper Mario: Sticker Star
A NEW Paper Mario Game
Location: Rochester, NY
I've seen much confusion about this game and would like to clarify... this is NOT the original Paper Mario from the Nintendo 64. This is an all new Paper Mario game (see the Youtube for proof) that has yet to be subtitled. That being said, this should be a great game. It's the fourth game in the series, and I don't know if it relies on any previous titles for story, though I doubt it because the stories have been fairly independent. It's definitely meant as a comical series and, well, my recommendation is to play a previous title to determine whether you want this. The original Paper Mario is only $10 on the Wii's Virtual Console, and Paper Mario and the Thousand Year Door can be bought used for the GameCube (which obviously runs on the Wii as well). However, do not try Super Paper Mario for the Wii thinking the gameplay will be the same; that was a completely different style of game and won't give you a good idea if this is worth a purchase for you.
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I AM PSYCHED FOR THIS GAME! I have all 3 versions and I am certain this one will be the best in the entire series. Everyone at my local Game Stop says that it wont be released until after christmas, but my findings that i have been uncovering say otherwise i predict that it will be released in late september. OH man i hope so!
Review 5 for Paper Mario: Sticker Star
Looks Different! I like change!
Location: California, CA
Looks like a very great game. The mechanics are a big change to the series, but Super Paper Mario turned out great and that was a big change. I have a feeling this will be the best in the series. It looks kind of childish, but otherwise it looks kind of cool, AND HUMOROUS, especially considering the way that Nintendo renders the 3D effects for the game. I'm looking very forward to it!
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this is gonna be 1 exciting mario game
Review 8 for Paper Mario: Sticker Star
After only seeing a few pictures its safe to assume that this game will be a top contender in the first party games category.
More than likely we will see the use of Mario's new 3-D ability to alter his world ala' Super Paper Mario. But the combat system has been supposedly been scaled back to the first two iterations of the series.
All in all I think this game will get a 4/5 for excellent story telling but use of repetitive tactics from previous titles may prove to bore veterans of the series. Where are you in the moral court?
(WARNING) If you havn't played Paper Mario and The Thousand Year Door DO NOT READ this preview. I hopeing Nintendo puts as much care the the story as they did for Paper Mario and The Thousand Year Door and Super Paper Mario. Now i'm not a big fan of Super Paper Mario but they did do a good job on the story. Paper Mario and The Thousand Year Door is my favorite game. Why is it? it's becaues of the story. It's so epic when Proffesor Frankly tells Mario the X-Nauts opened the thousand year door only finding out later The Shadow Sirums tricked him. I'm hopeing Nintendo makes a epic beafy story. One I can play more than once and not get tired of. In the trailer from E3 2011 showed a book in the begining of the trailer. In the book on a page it shows some crowns. These crowns might be part of the story and in a picture Mario is holding a book in his hand. The book might tell Mario wre to go in the game threw each chapter or something. I pre ordered the game and I'm looking forward to playing the game.
I thought they'd stop at Super Paper Mario, but I shouldn'tve doubted Nintendo. Paper Mario in 3D sounds ironic, yet I bet the game will be as good as TTYD and the original on the N64. I truthfully liked that they brought back the old battling system, Super Paper Mario's was fine, yes, but it didn't really fit the series. I also hope they don't only have a chain chomp as a partner, as in the trailer the only time we see Mario with a partner is with a Chain Chomp. I'd say a Hammer Bro (Not named) deserves a spot, yet i'm not sure why a Hammer Bro working for Bowser would join Mario on his quest. Maybe Rowf? We saw him in TTYD. A Boo could also be a partner, or maybe even a Cheep Cheep, or Blooper or Buzzy Beetle, gah the possibilites are endless. I hope the Chapter system returns or something of the sort. Overall i'd give this game a 9.5/10, but until I actually play the game I wouldn't know. One last thing, I noticed the Turn System is a bit odd, this time I actually WANT a tutorial on how to use it.
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Review 12 for Paper Mario: Sticker Star
A "papery" place that packs a punch!
This game is perfect for: casual gamers
I have never been a fan of Paper Mario games, however this one caught my attention. The game has an interesting story, (though a bit used and cliche) that sends our favorite, flimsy hero on an Adventure through the Mushroom Kingdom. The graphics are simply spectacular, with a "popup book" vibe and a colorful environment filled with origami obstacles that'll have you purely puzzled. Though many people may not like the changes that were made to this game, I absolutely love them. The turn-based, RPG-style fighting is definitely one of the most fun parts of the game because of the overwhelming amount of Inventory choices that you can literally peel from walls. All-in-All, this game is a hard-hitter for those of you who don't mind a little change and are looking for some humorous, fun, and classically clever gaming.
I am a fan of the Paper Mario series from the first time I played the first game for the Nintendo 64. It was an incredible idea and I thought the game was cleverly made, from the dialogue to the combat. This showed that Nintendo has many great ideas (mostly from inside the mind of Miyamoto) and they are willing to share their creations to the entire world. More ideas came for the sequel, The Thousand Year Door, and it had more than the original couldn't contain in the N64 circuitry. The third one in the series was a good concept, but it lacked in the idea of a role-playing game. It was a let down, but I still enjoyed the game quite well. Now that I see the new Paper Mario trailer for the 3DS, I'm happy seeing the return of the role-playing combat concept back in the series. So Nintendo...if I were you, take your time with this beautiful gem. I am patient enough to wait an extra year to own this beautiful game.
I have only played Super Paper Mario in the Paper Mario series, which has an amazing story, but messed up with the non-turn based RPG fighting system. This game takes the series back to the old turn based system, which is a good thing. Still, there is basically no story in the game. Bowser doesn't even talk. All the characters are toads except Wiggler, Peach, Kersti, Bowser, Bowser Jr., and Mario. The game is challenging in a way that you have to look in every corner, and think outside the box. Speaking of which, the 3D looks like your looking into an actual shoe box. The graphics are the best in the Paper Mario series by far.It takes the paper idea to a whole new level. It is true the game takes out partners, but replaces them with stickers. Overall the game did take out a lot of great aspects of the Paper Mario series. Still, the game is fun, which is all that matters. I would recommend this game to newcomers of the series, but old time fans should still pick it up.
After the abomination that was Super Paper Mario I was very happy to see Paper Mario going back to it's roots. But unfortunately we still haven't gotten back to those good ol' N64 and Gamecube days. They brought back the battle system but it still isn't "jump" or "use items". You have to use stickers, all with different powers. Which when going through long or hard levels can feel very low on stock. The story was always one of the best parts of Paper Mario and even Super Paper Mario knew that. Sadly this game has little to no story other than the first and last cutscenes. I really wish Nintendo would sit down and say we are going to make a Paper Mario exactly like the original but with a new story and new partners. Speaking of partners this game has none except for this crown girl. It's better than Super Paper Mario but is still not willing to be called a Paper Mario game.
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Hey! Super Paper Mario was great!
I cringe every time I hear how "bad" Super Paper Mario is. It had the best story ever in a Mario game, and this junk can't ever compare to it! In fact, I'd like a Super Paper Mario SEQUEL. It had a great concept! Not every RPG has to be turn-based, and at least SPM still has the CHARM of the series, unlike Sticker Star, which is just NSMB: Papercraft Edition! Super Paper Mario has more soul than any Mario game, and I LOATHE people who call that gem an "abomination." You must have skipped through the text if that's your opinion on it, because if you actually read the text, you'd feel connected to the characters and be sad at the end. Sticker Star took all that deep soul and threw it out the window. SPM is MUCH more of an RPG than Sticker Star.
Review 16 for Paper Mario: Sticker Star
I think this game will do great
Paper Mario is my Favorite series and none of it's games have dissapointed me in the slightest bit, so I have high hopes for this one. When they changed things up in super paper mario it didn't bother me, it was kind of like the kirby's epic yarn of the series but it actually did pretty well, though it's nice to know they're not doing the same thing again(didn't think they would anyway). I myself think this game will do very well and bring in a ton more buyers for the 3DS . Judging by the way the games in the series have had more side quests and extras each game that comes out, this game Probably won't get as good ratings if it doesn't have enough. I'd amagine as long as they keep the things everyone wants from the previous games, fit it in with the new stuff niceley, have an at least decent storyline, hopefully get in some partners, and have some of the same gameplay as the other games, it should make the best paper mario game I think I'll ever play (plus its the main reason I'm getting a 3DS, and because the red one looks awesome).
This game looks awesome! And there is also the return of RPG battling, something that was left out of Super Paper Mario. Also, you can get a chain-chomp partner!! So that's an added boost in fire power. I also saw on ______.com (Gamestop won't let me say the name. It's not bad, but it's competition) that they're going to make a Paper Mario for the DS!!! CLICK THUMBS UP IF YOU'RE PSYCHED FOR THESE GAMES!!!! :D Oh by the way, Paper Mario DS is result #16 on the website.
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Finally, Paper Mario on the go!
I've been looking forward to this ever since I first heard about it at the E3 conference last year. I love the Paper Mario series; one of the best Nintendo series in existence. It was Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door that got me into RPG's. I'm so looking forward to this game!
Review 18 for Paper Mario: Sticker Star
I'm glad they strayed away from the style of Paper Mario Wii, which was not turn based. I hope this is like the N64 version, which I have beaten several times and plan to play it more.
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Review 19 for Paper Mario: Sticker Star
i have loved the paper mario series ever since i was able to hold a controller, but i have a really bad feeling about this game. i looked at the trailer and it doesnt impress me. first of all, i haven't seen a single partner in the game (at least in super paper mario, there were pixls and you could switch characters). second of all, i dont see any kind of story. it would make sense for there not to be story in the beginning of them announcing the game but its been months already. its time to give the plot of it all; and third of all, the battles in the game seem kind of awkward. in the paper mario game there would be a timing to the jumps but in this game it just seems weird. even though this is a negative review im still hoping that they start giving better info on the game and show more things that make it special like the other 3 paper mario games. hoping they dont make it bad, and I wish nintendo the best. sorry for bad grammar and writing.
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I thank you shode play it. :) :D :)
Thay aren,t showing the party mimbers in the Trailer becose it wood be a spolier and the 3D Looks Great. I Belive that becose games are a interative art you show not say any thang bad about it anless you have expernesed it your selfe as you don,t kown what it fills like. :) :D :) I have injoyed all of the Paper Mario Games.
Review 20 for Paper Mario: Sticker Star
When I first saw Paper Mario sticker star at E3, I thought it looked absolutely terrible. But after playing it, it actually isn't that bad. There are several main differences in this game than past paper mario installments. the 2 biggest differences are the world map and no partners. Each level is on a world map instead of the usual free roaming to other levels. instead you choose your level on the world map and then you go through free roaming worlds in order to collect the star to end the level. also none of the classic partners make a return which is kind of sad. the game looks really good and the puzzles can sometimes take lots of steps and to be are the best in the series. The environments range from grasslands and deserts to castles and volcanoes. now instead of badges, we collect stickers that act like useful in battle that would be badges in previous games. from shrink stomps and metal boots to spring boots and fire flowers. Giant stickers are real life objects that are used as items in the overworld. such as blowing away traps with a fan or filling a lake with water using a faucet or destroying obstacles with a bowling ball. if you already used them in previous levels you can go back and pick them up for battle purposes and they are strong. so overall sticker star is a pretty good game and is a good game for the 3DS.