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Paper Mario: Color Splash New Screens Sketched Out

A brand-new entry in the Paper Mario spin-off series, Paper Mario: Color Splash, is coming to Wii U consoles later this year. The new title follows Paper Mario as he journeys to Prism Island and is tasked to bring color to the area.

Paper Mario: Color Splash is set to be released later this year for the Wii U.

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Rob Hernandez

Rob Hernandez

Rob's been gaming since he was a wee lad. It all started with a NES, and a Super Mario Bros./Duck Hunt combo cart one Christmas morning. Since then, he's been an avid lover of all things video. He also likes comics, manga, movies, long walks on the beach, candlelit dinners and dogs. Rob is also quite adept at speaking in the third person.

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  1. AsheRising
    March 11, 2016 at 6:37 PM — Reply

    Man, I really hope this game doesn’t suck. It’s giving me real bad Sticker Star vibes, although I think I need to see more of the battle system in action before I really start forming an opinion. By the way, DualPixels, I’m curious, why haven’t you updated the Geno articles yet? It’s been proven that he copy and pasted a 4chan post for his NX hardware “leak”. I did find a screencap (attached) after said 4chan post was deleted if that’s what you’re missing. Between that and the many, many, many times his information has been flat out wrong, I do question whether you post his rumors because you truly believe him or because his rumors bring your site traffic. It is in my belief as an aspiring journalist myself that an unreliable source is as good as no source. But either way, it seems wrong to keep the facts away from your readers after you’ve been the ones to break nearly all of his rumors.

    I’m also curious as to how you respond to the allegations that you’ve been deleting comments like this that call out Geno on his behaviors. I considered trying to find an email address that I could contact with these concerns, but I do believe that this is best solved in a public space. I think you’ll agree that it only seems fitting that one who reports false information in a public space should also apologize in a public space for doing so. Do keep in mind I will be taking screencaps of this comment and of any replies the staff of DualPixels may give it for future prosperity. I’m sure that you’ll find that such actions can only help the reputation of DualPixels and it’s staff. I’m willing to give you the benefit of the doubt, and I look forward to your response. Many thanks for your time.

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