Petition to bring the Paper Mario series back to its roots

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User Info: greatdimentio

greatdimentio
2 years ago#1
https://www.change.org/petitions/nintendo-bring-the-paper-mario-series-back-to-its-roots

I know, Nintendo probably doesn't give a crap but it's worth a shot, hey?
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User Info: dascylus

dascylus
2 years ago#2
Nintendo won't read a petition unless it's written in both English and Japanese anyway

User Info: MithrilMonarch

MithrilMonarch
2 years ago#3
No.

Petitions are stupid.
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User Info: MarioPenguin5

MarioPenguin5
2 years ago#4
lol good luck dude
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User Info: dascylus

dascylus
2 years ago#5
MithrilMonarch posted...
No.

Petitions are stupid.

This is pretty much how everyone in his last thread felt... no one seems to really care what Nintendo does with Paper Mario anymore. People will hate on every new installment, but they'll never actively participate in improving the series because that requires actually doing something other than being an a**hat.

User Info: Sentinel07

Sentinel07
2 years ago#6
I'd love for Paper Mario to go back as much as anyone else. However, I don't think this will help.

User Info: MithrilMonarch

MithrilMonarch
2 years ago#7
I don't really care where the series goes. It can stray as far from its roots as it wants. I loved Super Paper Mario, despite its differences. I just want another great game in the series.
The terms 'JRPG' and 'WRPG' are stupid.

User Info: GloryChaos

GloryChaos
2 years ago#8
I had more faith in you than this, Dimentio. There isn't a single video game company (or any company, really) that looks at these petitions and takes them seriously. The best thing you could have done was filled out a survey at club nintendo, which they actually look at. That was one of the reasons why they did what they did with Sticker Star and Galaxy 2 (a lot of people hated on Rosalina's story and SPM in general).

This is pretty much how everyone in his last thread felt... no one seems to really care what Nintendo does with Paper Mario anymore. People will hate on every new installment, but they'll never actively participate in improving the series because that requires actually doing something other than being an a**hat.


By all means, give me any instance where a video game company actually acknowledged a petition on change.org in a meaningful way.
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User Info: Wiiboy4ever

Wiiboy4ever
2 years ago#9
No thanks. I hated TTYD and I love SPM.

User Info: Mariofan15

Mariofan15
2 years ago#10
dascylus posted...
MithrilMonarch posted...
No.

Petitions are stupid.

This is pretty much how everyone in his last thread felt... no one seems to really care what Nintendo does with Paper Mario anymore. People will hate on every new installment, but they'll never actively participate in improving the series because that requires actually doing something other than being an a**hat.


This has nothing to do with the fact petitions hardly if ever work. Most companies dont even look at them let alone acknowledge them. What your saying has nothing to do with his post.
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