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Paper Mario: The Origami King

Like Paper Mario: Color Splash, The Origami King lets players view a bunch of different concept art created during development. The whole set appears to have already come online after some players got their hands on the game early (and following a leak as well). 

You can check out the full lineup of concept art below. Note that it does show a variety of locations and what some may feel is spoiler-related content, so keep that in mind before proceeding. 

During today’s Nintendo Treehouse: Live broadcast, Paper Mario: The Origami King was shown off with a half hour of gameplay. We have the full recording below.

Paper Mario: The Origami King is scheduled for July 17 on Switch.

Nintendo has shared another piece of music for Paper Mario: The Origami King. For today’s update, we’re able to hear what the title theme sounds like. Listen to the music below.

If you missed it previously, you can also listen to the Red Streamer Battle theme here and Café theme here.

Nintendo has published another pair of commercials for Paper Mario: The Origami King. We’ve included today’s adverts below.

Paper Mario: The Origami King will be out for Switch on July 17.

Update: Nintendo has clarified that WayForward’s new project “is based on a third-party property.”


Original: Nintendo Treehouse: Live will be hosted tomorrow, July 10, Nintendo has just announced. Viewers can tune in to a look at Paper Mario: The Origami King plus a reveal from WayForward.

The event will go live at the following times:

This week’s episode of Nintendo Minute has gone live. In today’s video, Kit and Krysta show off Paper Mario: The Origami King. Check out the full episode below.

Paper Mario: The Origami King is following in the footsteps of Sticker Star and Color Splash as far as one gameplay element is concerned. The Switch title doesn’t have experience points, Venturebeat has confirmed. That means no leveling either.

We’ve heard a lot about Paper Mario: The Origami’s King ring-based battle system, which awards coins at the end of a fight. Battles have a timer than usually come in at 30 seconds, though it can be more if facing more than two groups. Players can use coins to buy more time, but Toads in the audience can also be paid to help out Mario. Paying Toads a certain amount will have them throw health your way, attack enemies, or spin the stage to show you how to line up the enemies you’re facing.

Despite the lack of experience points, the impressions for Paper Mario: The Origami King seem to be positive thus far. The first review from Famitsu came in yesterday with a notably high score. Our full translation of the review can be found here.

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A bunch of new footage has emerged for Paper Mario: The Origami King. We’ve rounded up a number of gameplay videos below.

Another new commercial has emerged for Paper Mario: The Origami King. Get a look at the advert in the video below.

Paper Mario: The Origami King arrives for Switch on July 17. In case you missed it, find the previous commercial here.

Paper Mario: The Origami King has a little more than a week to go until launch, but Famitsu published one of the first reviews in this week’s issue. Four editors gave out scores of “9” for a total of 36 out of 40.

We’ve gone ahead and translated the review from Famitsu in full. Continue on below for the remarks made by the magazine’s different editors.