Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga was a title that started up an entirely new RPG series for the plumber duo. But for many, Superstar Saga is the best in that series, as it had awesome story, new villains, and epic combat from start to finish. But now, a remake of the original game is coming to the Nintendo 3DS, but with a really big twist…they’re adding more to the story.
In Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser’s Minions, you’ll replay the classic story that was originally on the Game Boy Advance, and fight the evil rulers of the Beanbean Kingdom who have stolen Princess Peach’s voice. But you’ll also get to take control of Bowser’s minions for the first time, and play through a side story that shows what happened after Bowser’s craft crashed in the game.
There’s a lot to like in this new remake, here is the official trailer and synopsis for the game:
“In this renewed classic, Mario and Luigi journey to the Beanbean Kingdom with Bowser to restore Princess Peach’s voice. Control Mario and Luigi simultaneously, making use of their unique Bros. Moves to solve puzzles and emerge victorious in action-packed battles. Recruit characters to grow your own Minion army as you fight to locate your missing leader! Available October 6, 2017.”
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