The Origami King is the latest title in the Paper Mario saga, in which the RPG is abandoned for the first time but the combat and exploration are maintained. Do not miss it! Paper Mario has always been the saga of the mythical Nintendo plumber to go to if you wanted something different. The pictographic style, the playability and the sensations represented a break with what Mario games supposed and that essence made him succeed. And that precisely intensifies even more in this latest instalment on Nintendo Switch, Paper Mario: The Origami King , where the commitment to the RPG is abandoned despite continuing with the combat and exploration mechanics and where the dialogues continue to play an important role. . The central pillar of the game is the fight against monotony. Because in each world or place on the map that we discover, we find mechanics that are new and that practically do not appear again. The minigames precisely help a lot to break that uniformity. Its approximately 30 hours are full of adventures that purify freshness and fun in abundance, without it becoming tiresome. And getting rid of the purity of the RPG has an immediate consequence: approaching the sandbox (open world), where there are no overlapping levels but rather large maps, with a large number of collectibles within them, which adjoin each other and to which we can go in the order we want, breaking with the typical linearity of Mario games.