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Nintendo’s Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door remake has been rated in Brazil and Korea.
However, it’s possible that since the game is already beginning to arrive at rating boards, the release could come early in the year.
The Thousand-Year Door was released to critical acclaim in 2004, and currently has a score of 87 on Metacritic.
The game won Console Role Playing Game of the Year at the 8th Interactive Achievement Awards (now known as the DICE Awards).
It’s not the only classic Mario RPG currently getting primed for a re-release – aremake of SNES title Super Mario RPG is also in development, and is set to be released on November 17.
Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door is likely one of the final large releases on Nintendo’s console before the Japanese publisher reveals plans for its next machine.
Nintendo showed off tech demos for its Nintendo Switch successor behind closed doors at Gamescom, it’s understood.
Nintendo is yet to publicly discuss its next-gen console plans, but a recent VGC report indicated that the company is planning to launch new hardware late next year.