History VideoGame / MarioAndLuigiSuperstarSaga

17th Dec '17 9:15:48 AM Ran2000
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** The very odd-looking Boomerang Bros. from the original game are renamed to Beanarang Bros. for the remake so they could keep the same design. Traditional Boomerang Bros. appear in ''Minion Quest''. Averted with the quadrupedal Dry Bones, which keep the same name even though bipedal Dry Bones are also present.

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** The very odd-looking Boomerang Bros. from the original game are renamed to Beanarang Beanerang Bros. for the remake so they could keep the same design. Traditional Boomerang Bros. appear in ''Minion Quest''. Averted with the quadrupedal Dry Bones, which keep the same name even though bipedal Dry Bones are also present.



* TurnsRed: Similar to ''[[VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiPaperJam Paper Jam]]'', once you get a boss at low health, they'll start to get angry and turn reddish, something that was only done with Bowletta in the original game.

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* TurnsRed: Similar to ''[[VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiPaperJam Paper Jam]]'', once you get a boss at low health, they'll start to get angry and turn reddish, flash a certain color, something that was only done with Bowletta in the original game.
17th Dec '17 8:40:18 AM Ran2000
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* GroundWave: At least one of the Koopalings causes ground waves by stomping when the heroic brothers fight him.

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* GroundWave: At least one of the Koopalings causes Morton and Roy cause ground waves by stomping when the heroic brothers fight him.them. In the remake, only Morton does this.
11th Dec '17 12:41:05 PM rjd1922
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* TheArtifact: In the original, when Mario jumps on Bowser while he's stuck in Tolstar's cannon, he gets three coins. This was done in case Mario and Luigi were to run from the two Fighter Flies before Tolstar and lose all of their money, which Tolstar would take in his introduction. In the remake, there's no way to lose money until Hoohoo Village, but the three coins are still there.

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* TheArtifact: TheArtifact:
** Even though the game can now be saved at any point from the menu, Save Albums still exist.
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In the original, when Mario jumps on Bowser while he's stuck in Tolstar's cannon, he gets three coins. This was done in case Mario and Luigi were to run from the two Fighter Flies before Tolstar and lose all of their money, which Tolstar would take in his introduction. In the remake, there's no way to lose money until Hoohoo Village, but the three coins are still there.there.
** There's still a barrel in the room before the boss in Joke's End that was needed to hit a switch to get a Hoo Bean block in the original, even though the remake added a barrel earlier in the dungeon.
7th Dec '17 11:34:46 PM HeyFella
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** As in the Japanese veraion, an icon telling players to move shows up when Toad is controlled to make it more obvious he is being controlled. Similarly, the Mario Bros. have a conversation to alert players they need a hammer to leave Hoo Hoo Village.

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** As in the Japanese veraion, version, an icon telling players to move shows up when Toad is controlled to make it more obvious he is being controlled. Similarly, the Mario Bros. have a conversation to alert players they need a hammer to leave Hoo Hoo Village.
7th Dec '17 4:17:11 PM rjd1922
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** Bowser's amnesia was caused by being shot out of Tolstar's cannon in the original, but here it's caused by [[spoiler:Captain Goomba falling on his head during the events of "Minion Quest"]].

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** Bowser's amnesia was caused by being shot out of Tolstar's cannon in the original, but here it's caused by [[spoiler:Captain Goomba falling on his head during the events of "Minion Quest"]].''Minion Quest'']].



** In the original game, it was implied that the Koopalings and most of Bowser's army were brainwashed to serve Bowletta in the endgame. Although Fawful does brainwash the Koopalings in the Minions Quest game, [[spoiler:it is retconned when you fight them in Bowser's Castle in the remake, that they (under Captain Goomba's command) were ordered to defeat Mario by Bowser ... who was just Bowletta in disguise. This also removes the scene where Bowletta calls the Koopalings as you enter the castle in the original game entirely]].
** Thanks to an in-story mixup by Captain Goomba in "Minion Quest", the 'Invincishroom' Mario eats in Little Fungitown is clearly a Poison Mushroom. Causes a bit of a plot hole as a result, since there's still dialogue about possibly getting sick eating things from other regions.

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** In the original game, it was implied that the Koopalings and most of Bowser's army were brainwashed to serve Bowletta in the endgame. Although Fawful does brainwash the Koopalings in the Minions Quest ''Minion Quest'' game, [[spoiler:it is retconned when you fight them in Bowser's Castle in the remake, that they (under Captain Goomba's command) were ordered to defeat Mario by Bowser ... who was just Bowletta in disguise. This also removes the scene where Bowletta calls the Koopalings as you enter the castle in the original game entirely]].
** Thanks to an in-story mixup by Captain Goomba in "Minion Quest", ''Minion Quest'', the 'Invincishroom' Mario eats in Little Fungitown is clearly a Poison Mushroom. Causes a bit of a plot hole as a result, since there's still dialogue about possibly getting sick eating things from other regions.
7th Dec '17 4:15:23 PM rjd1922
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** Heart blocks, which were previously exclusive to the Japanese version of the original, appear in all versions here.
** An icon telling players to move shows up when Toad is controlled to make it more obvious he is being controlled. Similarly, the Mario Bros. have a conversation to alert players they need a hammer to leave Hoo Hoo Village.

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** Heart blocks, which were previously exclusive to the Japanese version of the original, appear in all versions here.
here, and with greater frequency.
** An As in the Japanese veraion, an icon telling players to move shows up when Toad is controlled to make it more obvious he is being controlled. Similarly, the Mario Bros. have a conversation to alert players they need a hammer to leave Hoo Hoo Village.
20th Nov '17 8:53:03 AM totoofze47
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* EasyModeMockery: If you have problems with the ActionCommands for Bros. Attacks, you can opt to switch to an Easy version that makes the commands easier; however, Easy Bros. Attacks will eat up an extra 50% of the normal cost.
20th Nov '17 8:50:13 AM totoofze47
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* ShoutOut: The Limbo Bros. have a new attack animation in which they launch themselves in a flying headbutt with a pose identical to [[VideoGame/StreetFighterII E.Honda]].

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* ShoutOut: ShoutOut:
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The Limbo Bros. have a new attack animation in which they launch themselves in a flying headbutt with a pose identical to [[VideoGame/StreetFighterII E.Honda]].Honda]].
** The Great Force item in Starbeans Café plays the ItemGet tune from ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime'' when obtained.
20th Nov '17 5:03:12 AM Joel32AK
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* ButThouMust: Averted with the Hammerhead Bros.' tutorial, which can now be skipped and is even the default option. They even drop the guilt-tripping (i.e., "Ouch! Try bein' polite, will ya?"). You can refuse their help with awkward silence when they insist on showing you. The Koopa on the Koopa Cruiser also allows you to skip his tutorial, but the field move tutorials in Stardust Fields, Chateau de Chucklehuck, and Gwarhar Lagoon still cannot be skipped.

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* ButThouMust: Averted with the Hammerhead Bros.' tutorial, which can now be skipped and is even the default option. They even drop the guilt-tripping (i.e., "Ouch! Try bein' polite, will ya?"). You can refuse their help with awkward silence when they insist on showing you. The Koopa on the Koopa Cruiser also allows you to skip his tutorial, but the field move tutorials and the tutorial on how to use Bros. Attacks shortly after in Stardust Fields, Fields (the latter case happening once and never again), Chateau de Chucklehuck, and Gwarhar Lagoon still cannot be skipped.skipped.
** However, the Hammerhead Bros. have a new method of guilt-tripping if you refuse their help: they complain the only reason they're even in the game from hereon is just to make the Mario Bros. hammers after filling their end of the bargain, despite the fact that they become essential again when the Bros. need a stronger hammer to deal with stronger boulders.
4th Nov '17 4:05:02 AM HeyFella
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* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: [[spoiler:Princess Peach and the Beanbean royalty had Cackletta's initial plan foiled ''before the game even started''.]]
** [[spoiler: Prince Peasley also saves the Bros from Fawful twice, and blows up Bowser's Castle to stop the attack on the Castle Town in the end.]]

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* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething:
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[[spoiler:Princess Peach and the Beanbean royalty had Cackletta's initial plan foiled ''before the game even started''.]]
** [[spoiler: Prince Peasley also saves the Bros Bros. from Fawful twice, and blows up Bowser's Castle to stop the attack on the Castle Town in the end.]]
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