Paula Rivera Donoso
In 1996, in the twilight of the SNES, one of the most curious RPGs on the console appeared, born from the creative minds of Nintendo and Squaresoft: Super Mario RPG. The adventures of our beloved plumber, his friends and enemies had never undertaken a narrative journey like this, and many of us who, as children, accompanied them with a sense of wonder: we rediscovered Mario and discovered the RPG subgenre. Despite the obvious simplicity of his approach, his affection, humor and charisma were well valued and remembered. Over the years, the title would even inspire the birth of two beloved sub-series: Paper Mario and Mario & Luigi. But why were the story and characters of Super Mario RPG so endearing at the time?
Once Upon A Time In Super Mario RPG: The Legend of the Seven Stars is first and foremost a journey into the imagination that permeates every turn of this adventure. This book not only intends to offer relevant information about the striking origins, characteristics and legacies of Super Mario RPG as an RPG, but also to present an analysis of the narrative components of the game from the theoretical framework of fairy tales and fantasy literature. Like the tales we discovered and loved as children, Super Mario RPG is another one of those stories that, to paraphrase writer CS Lewis, we return to when we are old enough.
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