Paper Mario Wii U

Rumor: New Paper Mario in Development for the Wii U

The papery-goodness of Paper Mario may possibly continue on the Wii U.

Talk of a new Nintendo Wii U game surfaced on Twitter earlier today, a claim that later was said to be a new Paper Mario title.

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Emily Rogers, Twitter user and known source of Nintendo rumors, shared that according to five unnamed sources, the unannounced title for the Nintendo Wii U is a new Paper Mario game, something Mario fans have been asking for ever since the Wii U’s release. The game is supposedly being developed by Intelligent Systems and is currently being localized and tested.

https://twitter.com/Emi1yRogers/status/690682110651269120

The series all started back in 2001 with the release of Paper Mario for the Nintendo for 64. Since then from the series we’ve also gotten The Thousand-Year Door for the Nintendo GameCube in 2004, Super Paper Mario for the Nintendo Wii in 2007, Sticker Star for the Nintendo 3DS in 2012, and most recently the spin-off, Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam, which released today on Jan. 22.

Let us know your thoughts on this rumor, and what you think of a Paper Mario game possibly coming to the Nintendo Wii U.

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This post was originally written by Felisha Silva.


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