Boundary Break has returned once again to take a look behind the scenes of a big Nintendo game. This time it’s the Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door. We just got a remake of this one on Switch, but this video focuses on the original GameCube version, scoping out what happens when the in-game camera goes where it isn’t supposed to.

There are a lot of little secrets waiting to be discovered in The Thousand Year Door. What’s going on off screen during battles, and where do characters go when they move outside of a cut scene? This video will answer all of those questions, plus give you closer looks at textures and assets that aren’t easily accessible in the normal game. Check it out now if you’re a big Paper Mario fan, or just curious about the inner workings of video games.

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