Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga is available on Gameboy Advance, 3DS, and Wii U.
I’ve always loved it when Mario gets out of the Mushroom Kingdom for a spell.
Sure, his classic platforming feels like comfort food, and – as Super Mario Maker makes abundantly clear – it’s remarkably flexible in its simplicity. But every time Mario steps outside of that familiar place, we seem to get some unfamiliar and exciting twist on those mechanics.
The gravitational shenanigans and micro-level sections of Super Mario Galaxy. The freedom of movement inside Super Mario Odyssey‘s series of sandboxes.
And the whirlwind tour of JRPG mechanics that is Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga.