Of all fans of the various ongoing Nintendo franchises, fans of Paper Mario think they are being treated the worst. (Of course they're wrong ̵
Paper Mario has always been a bit more experimental than the main Mario games, combining a bit of platforms with RPG combat and more complicated, involved stories. According to the trailer, it goes to full horror area. The plot brings a bit of body horror, as well-known characters like Princess Peach and Bowser are transformed into origami-themed versions.
Of course it's Nintendo, so the & # 39; horror & # 39; element is less Stephen King and more R.L. Stine. The graphics take full advantage of the Switch's more powerful hardware and show an intriguing mix of 2D and 3D characters and environments. The game will be available worldwide on launch day, presumably at the usual price of $ 60.