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A Tale of Paper: Refolded

Paper Mario was one of the first games I remember where you played as a character made of paper who could change into other objects. Since then, a lot of other games have had paper heroes that could transform. And now A Tale of Paper: Refolded has a paper hero on a adventure filled with puzzles. Is it a good game? Here is our review of Tale of Paper: Refolded for the Xbox Series S!


A Tale of Paper: Refolded is an adventure/puzzle game where you play as a piece of paper that becomes animated and then has to find their way through a house. The story and the game’s objective isn’t clear. At the start of the game, you take control of animated paper and then collect abilities as you go. Very early on you get the ability to change into a frog! More transformations are unlocked as you progress in the game.

Some of the puzzles in A Tale of Paper are easy while others are a bit more challenging. The game gives some visual clues like which buttons to press for new abilities but otherwise, you have to figure things out as you go. You can also die in this game because there are some enemies like electronic vacuums that get in your way. The game will quickly reload though. It isn’t clear where the game saves though, so it can be tricky knowing when its ok to quit.

A Tale of Paper is a good game overall. Adventure/puzzle fans will like its transformations and its puzzles. It also has very nice graphics too.

Fans of the adventure and puzzle genres will like this interesting take on the paper hero and its fun transformations. Despite some issues, this is still a good game and worth checking out!

A Tale of Paper: Refolded gets a 7.5 out of 10.

A digital code was provided for this review. Tale of Paper: Refolded is now available on the Xbox Series S!


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blank Daniel Fugate has wanted to be a writer since he was seven years old. He has a bachelor's degree in English and he's a huge Animal Crossing fan. The Wii U and 3DS are currently his favorite video game systems!

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