Sadly, it feels like I’m reaching the end of my time with Paper Mario: The Origami King. I’ve loved everything about it — well, almost everything — but my favourite part has got to be the simple act of tossing confetti around.
Players recently discovered what appears to be a game-breaking glitch toward the end of Paper Mario: The Origami King that can make it impossible to finish the game on an existing save file.
The world’s most famous plumber (or not) returns to a two-dimensional state in Paper Mario: The Origami King, out today for Nintendo Switch. This latest entry in Nintendo’s long-running formerly-an-RPG series both sticks to formula (Peach needs saving again) and bucks it (the battle system is one-of-a-kind).