The Fearless Color Defenders doesn't specifically refer to KoopaTV's staff, the same group of folks that were stunned by Nintendo's E3 2016 presentation of Paper Mario: Color Splash and then stood out among the entire Internet when they wrote an article defending the game from its hordes of detractors.
This will be the another complimentary article for Paper Mario: Color Splash. Not because some higher force is MAKING us, but because the game deserves it. Just take a look at this trailer Nintendo just put out, involving some special heroic Toads:
The Rescue V refers to five Toads. (Oh no! FIVE TOADS! TRIGGERED!) These Toads believe that they are the REAL protagonists instead of that miserable Mario. That makes sense to me, since Mario is evil and all.
In fact, Mario is so dastardly that he not only is taking most of the credit, but he's taking ALL of the credit!
|This member of the Rescue V has chiropractor bills after being stomped on by Mario.|
And he's supposed to be his ALLY. How do you think us Koopas feel?!
I'm wondering who all of the other Toads in the screenshot are. Are they fanboys or cosplayers of the main Rescue V Toads? Or are the Toads using the Copy Block from Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam? I was wondering where the Copy Block even came from, and why it was Paper Mario's gimmick despite it not being from the Paper Mario series, but it may be that the Copy Block really is from that and we just didn't know about it yet.
|Mario has only one cosplayer, and he's not even wearing the right clothes.|
Let's get to the facts: This is yet another demonstration of the commitment Intelligent Systems has to truly having each and every Toad shine. Soon, they'll be replacing the plumber!
|Did you know in Paper Mario: Color Splash, random enemies will have text boxes while they wait for your turn-based action?|
Picture source: GameXplain's 10 minute footage of Dark Bloo Inn, which you should watch.
If literally random irrelevant Scaredy Rats are insisting on their voices being heard, then I don't think we'll run into the issue of pivotal characters not having a voice.
Meanwhile, detractors of Paper Mario: Color Splash still cling to misinformation about the game, or cling to outdated and irrelevant notions of what THEY expect a Paper Mario game to be like. For example, comments sections and Reddit dwellers still bemoan the lack of partners. I issue this challenge to those folks: Can you point out where and how, in the Nintendo Treehouse E3 2016 footage or the GameXplain footage I just linked to in the caption, the addition of Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door-esque partners would enhance gameplay or story?
Anyway, Paper Mario: Color Splash releases this October 7. We'll hype and defend it more closer to that release date, in all likelihood.
If any of the Rescue Squad Toads want to write a guest article for KoopaTV, they're welcome here. Check out the revised Guest Posts information page, renovated as of a week ago, for more information on how to do that. Of course, you don't need to be a Toad to write a guest post, but that just seems to be the way of the future.
Ludwig absolutely tears apart and disrespects one of those partners, Koops, in this article.
Wondering about Episode 2 in the Fearless Color Defenders series? Here it is!
King Bowser is indeed in the game, and he does indeed talk.