Originally Posted by Alrik Fassbauer
I wish it would be there for the PC, I must admit.
Originally Posted by Fnord
The one on the Wii is very different, it moves away from the JRPG-style combat of the previous games in the series, and instead plays more like a platformer. You can still level up, find items and so on, it just changed focus. I actually found its humor to work quite well, though I guess the otaku chameleon might hit a bit too close home for comfort, for some
I've never played the CG version though, it is really expensive, and as much as I enjoyed Paper Mario 64 & Super Paper Mario, I'm not willing to pay the price of a brand new game for one of those.