A paper cut above the rest.
From the very first second of Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, I was hooked. The game begins with a gentle twinkling music and a book opening to tell you the story of an ancient, ruined town lost to time, and the fabled treasure buried there; once you’ve listened to the whole story (and seen Peach herself buying a mysterious treasure from a dodgy-looking vendor) then the iconic fanfare plays, and the curtains draw back to reveal the title screen. This is your adventure, now.
boodly-diddly-BAAA, BAAA, BA DA DA BA DA DA BAAAAA
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