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- Thought a Paper Mario game with new original characters, interesting new locations, and an actual substantive plot was "just a port" of 2004's TTYD, and therefore not worth releasing in 2012. - Made four New Super Mario Bros games in six years. - Also made Super Mario Galaxy 2 (an excellent game, to be sure; but one that follows directly in the footsteps of Galaxy 1, delivering more of the same kind of awesomeness as the first game rather than trying to reinvent the wheel. And again with 3D Land.).
"An apostrophe does not mean 'uh-oh, here comes an s.'" - Dave Barry
This is why Miyamoto is the worlds greatest video game designer while you are just some fanboy who can't deal with change.
Sticker Star is clearly the best Paper Mario in years, and it is all thanks to Miyamoto. I would have hated this game if it was more like TTYD (IMO the worst Paper Mario game). Thank goodness Miyamoto has the good sense to ignore the irate fanboys.
Sticker Star is clearly the best Paper Mario in years,
That's because we haven't had one in years, herp derp... I have a feeling this is a horribly poor attempt at trolling, but just in case...
I gotta love the fact you call anyone who has had legitimate issues with this game "fanboys" when you blindly defend this game and have hardly anything to back up your reasons besides simply stating that you think it's better because it isn't like TTYD. I wanna know specifically, what about this game is so great to you, and what was so bad about TTYD that you hated it so much?
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I liked how this game didn't have so much emphasis on the story, and I liked how they tried to turn it into more of an open world platforming experience. It works well with the RPG structure while updating it, which was much needed.
The story wouldn't have bothered me so much in previous Paper Mario titles if it wasn't for all the emphasis on it. Eventually it worked against the pacing of the game which made TTYD a lot harder to enjoy in comparison to Sticker Star, especially when it comes to playing the game for short periods of time.
There isn't any technically bad Paper Mario's, it's just that I hate it when people overrate TTYD and act like it should serve as a model for all Paper Mario games.