Paper Mario

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Paper Mario: The Origami King devs had “almost complete control” over direction

By Cian Maher, Sunday, 30 August 2020 22:16 GMT The team behind Paper Mario: The Origami King recently confirmed that it was given “almost complete control” over the direction the game went in. The news comes from a report published by Eurogamer Germany, which was later translated by Nintendo Everything. According to said report, producer Kensuke Tanabe and director Masahiko Nagaya were permitted to shape Paper Mario: The Origami King in pretty much whatever way they saw fit – in fact, Nintendo director Shigeru Miyamoto was barely even involved.“Ever since Paper Mario: Color Splash, we have almost complete control over the…

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Ghost of Tsushima, Ooblets, Rocket Arena, Paper Mario – do July’s big games pass the accessibility test?

July saw the release of another highly anticipated PS4 exclusive, Ghost of Tsushima. While it doesn’t come close to being the accessibility gem that last month’s The Last of us: Part 2, it and Ooblets have made for a pretty great July during a pandemic, with beautiful biomes to explore and dance battles to be had when many of us are still stuck indoors. Ghost of Tsushima took some time to grow on me with Sucker Punch’s decision to tie navigation to watching the wind blow. When I reviewed it on launch day, I still wasn’t a fan. I wasn’t…