Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time vs. Paper Mario: Sticker Star

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User Info: Rupin_Salesman

Rupin_Salesman
4 years ago#1
Which game did you find better? - Results (229 votes)
Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time
60.7% (139 votes)
139
Paper Mario: Sticker Star
39.3% (90 votes)
90
This poll is now closed.
These games seem to be not as favored as the other games from both RPG sets. Personally, I liked both games a lot, just not as much as the others.

I'm going with Partners in Time. I liked the combat and actually did like the Shroobs as villains.
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User Info: StephenYap3

StephenYap3
4 years ago#2
Paper Mario: Sticker Star. Even without the series' standard features from 64 and TTYD, it's still great in my book. Without this game, I'll only have Streetpass Mii Plaza to play on my 3DS :(
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User Info: emayer

emayer
4 years ago#3
Partners in Time was an absolute mess, story-wise, gameplay-wise, everything. Sticker Star is still actually a fun game, even if its narrative isn't as expansive as it could have been.

User Info: PinnaPark

PinnaPark
4 years ago#4
It's a bit too early for me to say yet, seeing how Sticker Star has just recently came out compared to Partners in Time. Over the years, I've found Partners in Time more fun to play again with each passing year (or two). I personally find it to have aged pretty well.

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Toad_and_Pit_co
4 years ago#5
emayer posted...
Partners in Time was an absolute mess, story-wise, gameplay-wise, everything. Sticker Star is still actually a fun game, even if its narrative isn't as expansive as it could have been.


I was going to get it, but not after what you said.

I've played all- but I don'rt have PIT or BIS.

I'm going to get BIS right after I get DOAD.
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User Info: LUlGI

LUlGI
4 years ago#6
The main problem I had with Partners in Time was that the bosses had way too much health despite having predictable patterns. The last couple of bosses were ridiculous.

Other than that, it was decent. I'll give it credit for doing some new things without having to change the entire game.

User Info: wiiking96

wiiking96
4 years ago#7
PiT. It definitely has it's fair share of flaws, but it's still a solid game regardless. It has creative bosses and enemies, an original story by Mario standards, decent humor, and I just find the game all around fun.
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User Info: StephenYap3

StephenYap3
4 years ago#8
emayer posted...
Partners in Time was an absolute mess, story-wise, gameplay-wise, everything. Sticker Star is still actually a fun game, even if its narrative isn't as expansive as it could have been.


Agreed. The only thing I liked about the game are the graphics.
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User Info: SpunkySix

SpunkySix
4 years ago#9
I really liked them both, but PiT introduced us to Kylie Koopa, which means that it automatically wins.
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User Info: Rundaz

Rundaz
4 years ago#10
Partners in Time. Seriously, it is the most underrated Mario game I know of.
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