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‘Paper Mario: Color Splash’ makes a game of dragging the past into the present

Paper Mario: Color Splash Developed by: Intelligent Systems Published by: Nintendo Available on: Wii U On an otherwise nice day, three robed figures wearing white masks walk through a small port town and enter its post office. Seconds later, they emerge with a panicked postal worker, struggling in their grip. The leader of the group […]
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