Developer: Nintendo, Intelligent Systems
Released: 2004, GameCube
Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door is the sequel to the original Paper Mario game, which was released for the GameCube. As big as the success was with the previous game, the follow-up is considered to be the best of the spin-off franchise by fans, due to it expanding on what was settled in the original such as bigger maps, improved graphics and details and a brand new post-game quest.
The game has appeared to have undergone a wealth of balance changes and scrapped enemies, along with some unused characters and items that never appear in the final game! There's also a bunch of overlooked and unseen oddities, considering the amount of detail this game had received during development.