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Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga Editor Review
08.25.04 - 4:26 PM

Nintendo-created Italian plumber brothers Mario and Luigi are known best for their debut in NES classic Super Mario Bros. Since then, the two have been featured in a multitude of games and genres from platformer to board game.

In May of '96, Mario found himself in a genre unlike those he was used to. Super Mario RPG was received well by a somewhat surprised fanbase shocked to see the suspender-wearing hero in such a new and unique world. Enjoying their foray into the RPG world, Nintendo came out with the Nintendo 64 release, Paper Mario.

And with such an elaborate genre-spanning history, it would be a wonder if the intrepid brothers failed to find themselves in an RPG once again. Much to his fans' delight, he has. New reviews editor Lee Babin takes a look at another into role-playing with classic Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga.

To read his full review, simply use the link found below.


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