Consistency in comedy is hard, especially in video games, but Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam still manages to tickle the funny bone with this crossover tale of two different corners of the Mario multiverse, even if the RPG gameplay itself feels like it's been Xeroxed.
Nintendo appears to have one more bundle up its sleeve for this holiday season: a special edition 3DS XL with Mario & Luigi: Dream Team pre-installed, along with art of the brothers running along the system's cover.
It takes a good localization team to make sure Mario & Luigi's humor doesn't get lost in translation and localization team Treehouse helps that cause with a philosophy of timeless humor.
Mario & Luigi: Dream Team ventures into the head of the less famous Mario brother. Is it a dream come true?
Mario & Luigi: Dream Team features all the lovable qualities of its predecessors. Most importantly, the combat system is just as lively as ever, integrating platforming and timing mechanics into an accessible turn-based RPG combat system.