A lot has changed since Super Mario Bros. hit theaters in 1993. One of the biggest changes is that Mario has starred in a handful of RPGs. And there are some key elements from those RPGs that makers of the upcoming Illumination Mario movie may want to borrow.
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.
Mario and Luigi joining forces with Paper Mario should already be enough of a power boost, but Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam will also support Amiibo, which should add a little something else extra to the next RPG entry to the series.