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Chris720

Dream Team is a brilliant game, I really can't fault it. Sticker Star is good in its own little way, but it is the worst of the Paper Mario series no matter which way you cut it.

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NinChocolate

Guess what, haters:) I prefer Sticker Star, uhh-huh..that's right B) lol

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19Robb92

This shouldn't even be a question. Dream Team is miles better than Sticker Star, in every way possible.

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I haven't played Dream Team but I can't say it's better than Sticker Star without playing it. I'm one of the like, 5 people in the world that liked Sticker Star it seems ;_;

Don't get me wrong I like sticker star, just dream team oozes passion, awesome and charm so IMHO dream team is better

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LindsayPez

I really didn't like Sticker Star. It just bored me. I've been debating getting Dream Team but money is tight with a baby on the way and I'm worried I'll be as disappointed with it as I was with Sticker Star. Do you all really find Dream Team to be better? I think I will just go and get it if you guys think so. I need a good game to play!

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GuardianKing

@LindsayPez Honestly, neither of them are my cup of tea, but I'd say I'd find more rewarding long term fun in Dream Team. Sticker Star getting rid of the leveling and everything else RPG just made battle feel pointless. I get it; a lot of games have battles with not leveling, but those games keep you engaged with the world around you. Battling shouldn't have been such a focus in Sticker Star, yet it's 70+% of the game.

In Dream Team, on the other hand, the gameplay is split between overworld and battle. I only played the demo, but it works like the other Mario & Luigi games: interact with the world and fight battles. My two complaints are: 1) The battles are reaaaaaaaaaaallly slow. I think Pokemon has spoiled me there, but that doesn't excuse anything. 2) The platforming is not the best. I wish they made that aspect of the world smoother.

Overall, I think you'll get so much more enjoyment out of Dream Team. If you haven't played any of the other Mario & Luigi though, and you have doubts about this one, hold off until you have the money-space to afford it.

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While I really enjoyed Sticker Star (and think it gets too much hate), and don't understand people questioning it's RPG status (it's not the only RPG that forgoes leveling & a deep story), as I haven't played Dream Team, I won't make a verdict on the matter.

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@LindsayPez Honestly, neither of them are my cup of tea, but I'd say I'd find more rewarding long term fun in Dream Team. Sticker Star getting rid of the leveling and everything else RPG just made battle feel pointless. I get it; a lot of games have battles with not leveling, but those games keep you engaged with the world around you. Battling shouldn't have been such a focus in Sticker Star, yet it's 70+% of the game.

In Dream Team, on the other hand, the gameplay is split between overworld and battle. I only played the demo, but it works like the other Mario & Luigi games: interact with the world and fight battles. My two complaints are: 1) The battles are reaaaaaaaaaaallly slow. I think Pokemon has spoiled me there, but that doesn't excuse anything. 2) The platforming is not the best. I wish they made that aspect of the world smoother.

Overall, I think you'll get so much more enjoyment out of Dream Team. If you haven't played any of the other Mario & Luigi though, and you have doubts about this one, hold off until you have the money-space to afford it.

Thank you so much for your thoughts! Super helpful. I totally agree about Sticker Star...I couldn't play more than the beginning because everything felt tedious and pointless. I don't want to battle if there's no reason for it! I hate how they took the RPG elements out. :/

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Henmii

Sticker star probably wins in the exploration department, but Dream team has much better humor AND is a true RPG that hasn't been watered down that much! It's also much longer, and most enemies are new! I think Dream team wins, but Sticker star is also a fine game!

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"Sticker star vs dream team" thread, a.k.a. the Sticker Star Bashing Thread. >:I

If users don't like Sticker star, would they praise it?

As for me, Dream Team is better

Yeah, I know. I'm not asking for people to praise it, nor am I saying is Dream Team bad, it's really good. I just feel like Sticker Star gets more hate than it deserves.

I didn't play dream team but you're right Sticker star gets even more hate than shovelware..... but I liked it(specially the music!)

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KidRad

Neither are my type, but i'll admit the RPG based combat in the Dream team demo was pretty great and a nice change from the typical stationary 'pick an item from a list while having absolutely zero control over your character/attack' Even so, i can't see myself spending 36+ hours with this game, the same deal goes for Sticker Star. I gave Super Paper Mario a chance because it was a hybrid platformer and i absolutely loved it even though the dialogue completely flooded half the experience! as is, it's still one of my favorite wii games.

As far as game-type goes, the 3ds feels like a portable gamecube with stereoscopic 3D + Stylus controls....Like the N64 and gamecube it's gravitating MUCH more towards polygons rather than highly detailed sprites that it's capable of....while sacrificing frame rate in ORDER to display that awesome 3D effect which sucks up quite a bit of power in process.

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