Good planning news Black Friday: Paper Mario The Origami King on sale at Leclerc!
For this Black Friday, Leclerc is offering discounts on certain games, including Paper Mario: The Origami King on Nintendo Switch. With the customer card, the game costs just $ 24 instead of the usual $ 44!
E.Leclerc Ticket Reduces Paper Mario: The Origami King Price By Nearly 50% During Black Friday
On July 17th, 2020 we were back in the Mushroom Kingdom for all new adventures. The terrible origami king had turned many elements of the 2D scenery into 3D origami! With Princess Peach literally hunched back and locked in her castle, it’s up to you to play as Paper Mario to save her!
You will be accompanied through the adventure of Olivia, the kind daughter of the king. Follow the thread of the magical ribbons attached to the four corners of the kingdom to loosen them and save the princess! With adorable 3D environments, this is a perfect game if you haven’t already and are looking for a good time for yourself or your family.
Paper Mario: The Origami King is available exclusively online at Leclerc for a limited time for $ 24
This offer is a web exclusive at Leclerc. To get the $ 20 discount, you absolutely need the customer card, which can be easily picked up. After purchase, you will receive an E.Leclerc ticket worth $ 20, i.e. in the form of vouchers that can be used for every purchase the day after your order. As a result, the product price will drop from $ 44.16 to $ 24.16 by November 29th. Make sure the product is sold and shipped by E.Leclerc, otherwise the offer will not be valid!
If you like absurd humor and quirky situations, this game is for you. Equipped with funny scenes and phrases, we are always happy to return to the colorful universe of the franchise. The situations in which you will develop are varied and each phase offers new charismatic and lovable characters.
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