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    Paper Mario Unfolds on 3DS

    Though we don't have any new information about the game, there is new media. Have your mind blown as we see Mario in 2D in 3D.

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    This is the only thing on the 3DS I really want. The first Paper Mario was excellent, and TTYD was pretty great too.

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    Yeah, although there are a number of things I want on 3DS, I'll probably buy mine when this puppy comes out. It looks gorgeous and fun.

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    Paper Mario in 3-D? We've got to stop making paradoxes that destroy the universe.....
    Like old Henry Jones, but uh...... with an e-mail that hasn't been deactivated for 6 years?

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    Despite paradoxes and the like, this game is why I am considering finally getting a 3DS. Love the Paper Mario series, so I am really looking forward to it.

    With the addition of Luigi's Mansion 2, Kid Icarus - Uprising, and Super Mario 3DS there is a good chance I will finally take the plunge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperHenryJones View Post
    Paper Mario in 3-D? We've got to stop making paradoxes that destroy the universe.....
    Why is it a paradox? Despite being flat, paper is still a 3-dimensional object. In fact, the Paper Mario series has regularly and consistently made use of the 3-dimensional properties of paper, and this looks to be no exception to that rule. It's a perfect game for stereoscopic 3D.
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    I am very much looking forward to this. While I'll be getting a 3DS fairly soon since my top screen on my DS stopped working (been playing DS games on my sister's), this game looks to be a very good reason to get one.
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    Note: Attempt at humor failed. For the record, I realize the way they use the paper and how that would be good for 3-D, especially some cool pop-up book effects in the locales. And should I ever find the money for a 3DS, it will be on my list of games to buy. I just find it funny that a game series that emphasizes flatness (Except the gimmick Super Paper Mario utilizes that kind of wore off its coolness in an hour) is given an iteration on a system where its prime selling point is dimensions.
    Like old Henry Jones, but uh...... with an e-mail that hasn't been deactivated for 6 years?

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    For those who own a 3DS, I recommend watching the trailer in 3D. Some of the effects (like the paper slicing effect near the end) are really eye-popping. Easily the most noticeable use of 3D I've ever seen on the system.

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