Paper Mario: Sticker Star (partially lost E3 2010 trailer of 3DS game in the Paper Mario series; 2010)

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A trailer shown on 3DS at E3 2010.

Status: Partially Lost

Paper Mario: Sticker Star is an action-adventure role-playing game developed by Intelligent Systems and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo 3DS and is the fourth title in the Paper Mario series. It was first released in North America on November 11, 2012, and in Japan on December 6, 2012. The game became controversial after its release due to the quality of play and other factors. It was also not well-liked by many Paper Mario fanbases and is known to be infamous.


The first pre-release of this game was at E3 2010. The trailer is played on a 3DS system and was recorded by Nintendo World Report. However, the footage cannot be viewed in its entirety, as it was filmed far away from the console, with only 14 seconds of video. The game shown in the trailer is a pre-release and therefore differs in some respects from the final build. For example, Wiggler is featured as an obstacle in a stage that appears to be World 3, and Chain Chomp is shown as Mario's partner as they break through a long line of brick blocks.

The only early trailer-related material currently available online is a recorded video posted on the Nintendo World Report website,[1] the full trailer audio, and 10 screenshots. According to Neal R, who wrote the 3DS Paper Mario article, he revealed that the screenshots were provided directly by Nintendo, and he also stated that there is nothing in the trailer except a short clip.[2]

Because the complete audio exists, it was expected that the trailer would exist online. However, according to YouTuber reecee, who is participating in the search for the trailer, he was told by NWR officials who joined his Discord server that the audio in the trailer was actually recorded on the show floor using a headphone jack.[3] Thus, the complete trailer does not exist online, meaning that NWR does not own the video either.



The short clip from the trailer recorded by Nintendo World Report.

The full audio of the trailer originally posted on the Nintendo World Report website.

The entirety trailer for the portion found at this time.


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