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Cast overview, first billed only:
Charles Martinet ... Mario / Luigi (voice)
Samantha Kelly Samantha Kelly ... Princess Peach / Paper Peach / Toad / Toadette (voice) (as Sam Kelly)
Kenny James ... Bowser / Dry Bowser / Paper Bowser / Shiny RoboBowser (voice)
Kazumi Totaka Kazumi Totaka ... Yoshi (voice)
Atsushi Masaki Atsushi Masaki ... Kamek (voice)
Caety Sagoian Caety Sagoian ... Bowser Jr. / Paper Bowser Jr. (voice)
Lani Minella ... Larry Koopa / Wendy O. Koopa / Morton Koopa Jr. / Lemmy Koopa (voice) (credit only)
Mike Vaughn ... Iggy Koopa / Ludwig von Koopa (voice) (credit only)
Dan Falcone Dan Falcone ... Roy Koopa (voice)
Tadd Morgan Tadd Morgan ... Lakitu (voice)
Natsuko Yokoyama Natsuko Yokoyama ... Nabbit (voice)
Nate Bihldorff Nate Bihldorff ... Shy Guy (voice)
Tôru Minegishi Tôru Minegishi ... Petey Piranha (voice) (as Toru Minegishi)
Toru Asakawa Toru Asakawa ... King Boo (voice)
Sanae Uchida Sanae Uchida ... Boo / Spike (voice)


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22 January 2016 (USA) See more »

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Mario & Luigi RPG 5: Paper Mario Mix See more »

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Fun, but not the best in the series
11 September 2019 | by jwwalrath-227-85487See all my reviews

This is a generally fun game, but it isn't a standout in the series.

To clarify this is really a M+L game and not a Paper Mario game. The gameplay like in the previous games is a fun combination of RPG battles and button timing. Paper Mario with his own unique abilities is a fun addition. However, I did find several of the special moves and avoidances for boss attacks to be a bit trickier than needed. I'm happy to say they got rid of the long gameplay tutorials from Dream Team.

This game drops the double-screen/sidescrolling stages from the last two games. I'm okay with that as Dream Team, while fun, just couldn't sustain the energy the concept had when it was first introduced in Bowser's Inside Story.

Also instead of the giant fights from the last two games, we get cardboard fights in which the characters fight each with cardboard bots in a tank warfare style situation. It's an interesting idea, but it always feels too drawn out for it's own good. You have to recharge your weapons with a musical rhythm timing game, and it gets tedious real fast.

The overall map isn't as big as some of the other games; a little too much backtracking for it's own good. You just don't get as many sidequests or additional characters, too. I am disappointed there are no real new character or bad guys to fight in this.

The plot is decent but pretty basic. Watching Luigi's antics remain a highlight of the game.

I liked playing the this, but it also reminded me how the previous games were stronger.

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