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In this video, Did You Know Gaming takes a look at some facts, secrets and Easter eggs surrounding Paper Mario on N64, Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, Super Paper Mario, Paper Mario: Sticker Star, and Paper Mario: Color Splash and other games that have referenced the franchise.
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Mario Party 5, 6 and 7 each contain references to the Paper Mario series, although with each following game, the references become more minor and obscure, with the final one being only a design of part of one character's clothing. Details below. pic.twitter.com/tNxQ38mhNB
— Supper Mario Broth (@MarioBrothBlog) December 24, 2019
To commemorate today's closing of the Wii Shop Channel after 12 years of operation, here is the only time the channel was referenced inside a Mario game: in Super Paper Mario, the Wii Shop Channel loading icon briefly appears in Fracktail's eye during a cutscene. pic.twitter.com/d8d9zpBOu0
— Supper Mario Broth (@MarioBrothBlog) January 31, 2019
In Super Paper Mario, the decorative clock in Merlee's Mansion in Chapter 2-3 displays the Wii system time (shown here at different times of day). Since the clock has no in-game purpose and is visually similar to other decorations, this is likely to be overlooked during gameplay. pic.twitter.com/92VyGiDEyC
— Supper Mario Broth (@MarioBrothBlog) March 15, 2020
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