Mario and Luigi: Paper Jam Bros. announced for Nintendo 3DS; trailer and screens

Update

We added the Nintendo Treehouse Live segment (Day 1) for this game: you will find it below, after the break!

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During the Nintendo Digital Event, Nintendo revealed a rather surprising game, which is a cross-over between the two Mario RPG series. It’s called Mario and Luigi: Paper Jam Bros., and it’s coming out next year on the Nintendo 3DS. Obviously, it’s being developed by Alpha Dream, who also made all the other Mario and Luigi games in the past.

In this game, the two universes collide, and the result is a Mario RPG even crazier than any other Paper Mario or Mario and Luigi game. You also get to fight with three characters now: Mario, Luigi, and Paper Mario, with even more new abilities… including a giant Mario robot made of paper!

Here’s the main features of the game:

  • Characters from the Paper Mario universe – including Paper Mario, Princess Peach, Bowser and Toad – jump out of a book and into the world of Mario & Luigi, resulting in hilarious and dangerous hijinks, trademarks of the Mario & Luigi franchise.
  • Take advantage of Paper Mario‘s unique skills, like slipping through cracks, making copies of himself and folding himself up.
  • Take down Bowser’s army of dastardly villains, solve puzzles and embark on quests as a brand-new trio of heroes.
  • Got rhythm? Show off the moves of your giant papercraft by charging it up with dance and strut your way through battles with other giant papercrafts from Bowser’s army.

Here’s the E3 trailer and some screenshots/artworks for the game:

Here’s the Nintendo Treehouse Live segment (Day 1) dedicated to this game:

Mario and Luigi: Paper Jam Bros. (3DS) comes out next year, worldwide.


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