After seeing games like Mario & Luigi: Dream Team, it's easy to sympathize with frustrated Nintendo fans who would like nothing more than the company to avoid what they perceive to be "playing it safe." I mean, seriously -- take one look at this trailer. Tell me it's not love at first sight. Personality is just oozing out of this fourth installment in the series.
It's an exciting time to be a 3DS owner, that's for sure. Having traditionally preferred the Paper Mario series to Mario & Luigi, it looks like developer AlphaDream has finally won me over. "Level up and wear new gear"? Don't mind if I do!
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