Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door has been announced for Switch. This is a complete remake of the original RPG which was first released on the GameCube, and it features enhanced graphics to boot.

Wondering just how much better Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door looks on Switch versus the original GameCube version? The above video puts the two games side-by-side to show off the visual improvements. While either version still looks great, there’s no denying the Switch outing is that much better.

Turn the page and join Mario and friends in an RPG adventure to discover the legendary treasure behind the ancient Thousand-Year Door. Will Mario complete his papery quest, or will he crumple under the pressure? Find out when Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door unfolds on Nintendo Switch in 2024.

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10M ago

I'm getting it, but I like the look of the trees more in the Gamecube original.


10M ago

Paper Mario TTYD is one of my favorite games, so I'm definitely hyped to see an official remaster coming to Switch. However, it's been brought to my attention that it definitely is 30fps in every trailer. That's a notable downgrade. We're three generations beyond Gamecube, yet the framerate is HALF the Gamecube version? Wtf?