i cant believe they named some frog after toad
how ironic that its the day we start christmas break, i can start my nso free trial on that day
That's true, but I mean incorporating these characters into the modern "Marioverse" and getting their own game connected to that (like Yoshi's Island), or doing their own virtually entirely separate thing like Donkey Kong did with Donkey Kong Country. That definitely counts as his own game but not in the sense I meant, which is my fault for not elaborating. They did this with Pauline to a certain extent, reincorporating her for modern Mario games, even giving her a bit of a redesign and shifting her character around a little. I'd like to see that happen for Stanely, too.Doesn't Stanley the Bugman count as the star of Donkey Kong 3? He may not be the game's eponymous character, but it's as much his game as the first Donkey Kong game is Mario's.
I think both have their advantages, I like the SPM head more but the rest of the body was improved in Sticker Star. The legs in particular don't look right, but I like the more contrasted palette on the SPM one's body. I might make a mock-up of my ideal combination of the two at some point, but one thing to note is the SPM one might not have been a finalized design given it's unused.Who would win? Super Paper Mario Wiggler or Paper Mario: Sticker Star Wiggler?
Personally speaking, I think that, as with many enemies that appear in both SPM and PMSS, the SPM version displays more presonality in its stylized, Peanuts-like bidimensionality. Shame it ended up unused in that game. At least the flower appears to be identical between the two versions.