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Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (2004)

Paper Mario RPG (original title)
Mario must find all the seven crystal stars to enter the Thousand-Year-Door and save Princess Peach.





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Credited cast:
Charles Martinet ...
Mario (voice)
Princess Peach (voice)
Scott Burns ...
Bowser (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sam Scavey ...
Various (voice)


One day, Princess Toadstool, or Peach, is on a trip to Rogueport, the town of pirates, thieves, and other assorted criminals. Peach's trusted caretaker Toadsworth is, of course, making sure she stays out of trouble - but he is also not letting her have any fun. So she sneaks away while he is not looking and a street vendor catches her eye. The mysterious vendor tells her that he has a box that only a purehearted person can open, and inside is the key to vast treasure. Peach succeeds in opening the box, which contains a map. She sends the map and a letter to Mario...but by the time he gets to Rogueport, Peach is gone. Mario begins to search for her, and eventually discovers that the map can lead to the seven Crystal Stars - the mystical keys to opening a door deep within the Rogueport underground that is said to lead to the greatest treasure in the world. This door is the Thousand-Year Door. Mario sets off to gather the stars and find Peach. Along the way, he meets new friends and ... Written by Titus Pahn

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11 October 2004 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


When Mario approaches the arena in Glitzville for the battle with Rawk Hawk, one of the crowd members calls him Jumpman. This is the name Mario went by in the original Donkey Kong. See more »


Hamma Jamma: My grandpappy used to tell me great stories... World 7-1, that was his 'hood. I'm gonna become champion to honor his memory, man!
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Spun-off from Super Mario Bros. (1985) See more »

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One of the Best Mario Games I've Seen.
14 October 2004 | by (St.Louis, Missouri) – See all my reviews

The story is Peach sends Mario a letter and a map saying to meet her in a town called Rouge Port. Mario goes and finds out she is gone. He thinks if he follows the map he will find her. The map shows the location of the seven crystal stars to open the-thousand-year-door which is said to have a massive treasure behind it. Some bad guys called the X-Neuts or something captured Peach and wanted the map. So you have to save Peach and collect the crystal stars. I recommend this game to Mario and RPG lovers. It also has a touch of comedy it won't leave you laughing but it has a few funny parts. It has colorful and clear graphics. I give this game a 9 out of 10.

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