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Loving Paper Mario: The Origami King and are looking for some sweet merch to celebrate the launch of the game? Then you’re in luck!

Loving Paper Mario: The Origami King and are looking for some sweet merch to celebrate the launch of the game? Then you’re in luck – Nintendo has just announced brand new merchandise inspired by their latest release!

There are four items in the new Paper Mario: The Origami King merchandise lineup.

The first is this unique tote bag prominently featuring Paper Mario on the front. The bag’s exterior is made to resemble a brown paper bag, though the inside reveals that its interior is a lot sturdier than it may appear. It retails for 2970 yen (about 28 USD).

The next item is some adorable Mario washi tape, featuring Paper Mario as the main pattern. The tape is also uniquely shaped to Mario’s body and each of his different positions (e.g. lying down, standing up, touching his toes, etc.) on the tape’s pattern. It retails for 550 yen (about 5 USD).

The next item is this cute plastic folder (named the “A4 Clear File” on Nintendo’s website). One side simply features the Paper Mario: The Origami King logo and a tiny Paper Mario in the bottom lefthand corner, while the other side showcases all the characters from the game in their origami forms. It retails for 330 yen (about 3 USD).

The final item, and probably the coolest of the batch, is an origami set that allows fans to fold their own origami versions of the game’s characters. The set looks pretty throughout, including chargers like Princess Peach, Goomba, Shy Guy, and more. The origami set retails for 1540 yen (about 14 USD).

Here’s a look at some of the very detailed instructions included in the set, which walks through how to properly fold origami of every character.

At this time, the items are unfortunately only available in Japan via the My Nintendo Store and Nintendo TOKYO retail outlets. Hopefully, Nintendo won’t keep this a Japan-exclusive merchandise launch and that some (or all) of the unique items will be available for purchase in the West soon.

Paper Mario: The Origami King was released on July 17, 2020. The game is available now exclusively for the Nintendo Switch.

Abby Espiritu is a writer and video game fanatic. While pursuing a Bachelor of Arts (double major) in American Studies and Modern Culture & Media at Brown University, she stumbled upon a Video Games Studies course where she got to read and write about her favorite RPG’s, visual novels, and everything in between for an entire semester. While she loved the class immensely, she wondered what the heck she would do with all the information she had learned. Luckily for her, she found something to do with it – make a living in video game journalism! In addition to her articles on The Gamer, Abby’s also written for publications like Gaming Top Tens, Gamers Decide, and Nerds & Scoundrels. Beyond her writing endeavors, Abby is also an onscreen and voiceover actress, as well as a casting production assistant based in New York City. Follow her on Instagram and Twitter: @missabbyespirit

Loving Paper Mario: The Origami King and are looking for some sweet merch to celebrate the launch of the game? Then you’re in luck!

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My Nintendo Japan And Nintendo TOKYO Now Selling Paper Mario: The Origami King Merch

Japanese fans can now grab some lovely merch to celebrate the launch of Paper Mario: The Origami King today!

Nintendo has revealed a small line up of goods for the game in Japan, which will be sold exclusively via the My Nintendo Store and Nintendo TOKYO retail outlet. A particular highlight of the merch is an actual origami set that fans will be able to fold into the game’s characters!

Check out the line-up at the following links below:

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