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Paper Mario: The Origami King Announced

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Nintendo has just announced a new Mario game, Paper Mario: The Origami King is coming for Nintendo Switch on July 17. In Paper Mario: The Origami King, Mario sees the Princess Peach at the Kingdom in order to celebrate the origami festival. King Olly, who say he is the ruler of the Origami Kingdom has launched an attack and is up to Mario to stop him. As is usual with Mario titles, new gameplay features has been introduced, our hero will now count with a new ability to stop King Olly, with 1000-Fold Arms, Mario can interact with the landscape, this would allow him to pull and peel revealing new areas and secrets.

The original Paper Mario released near the end of the Nintendo 64’s lifespan, the game was developed by Intelligent System, and it was planned to be Super Mario RPG 2, the game turned out to be a new spin-off in the main series but retained some of the RPG mechanics of the SNES classic.

Check the announcement trailer here:


Luckily, Mario is equipped with a range of new tools at his disposal to help secure victory. One of Mario’s new abilities, called 1000-Fold Arms, allows you to interact with the landscape by stretching out and pulling, peeling and revealing new locations, helping you to solve puzzles and uncover unexpected surprises. Along the way, you’ll enlist the help of characters old and new, such as King Olly’s good-natured sister, Olivia, along with a range of unlikely allies, including Bowser himself! If they haven’t yet folded to the whims of King Olly’s origami will, Mario will accept all the help he can find with open arms!

Paper Mario: The Origami King also introduces a new ring-based battle system that lets you flex your puzzle-solving skills to line up scattered enemies and maximize damage. While the enemies may be crafted from paper, these dynamic, turn-based battles are far from stationary. It’ll require a sharp mind to make short work of these crafty enemies.

It’s being rumored that Nintendo is preparing a big celebration for Mario’s 35 anniversary, if what’s been told is real, several remake of Mario games will be launching in 2020. Some games that has been rumored to be remastered are Mario Galaxy, Mario 64 and Mario Sunshine. Information comes from reliable sources, being those Eurogamer and Gematsu.

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