"Will you crease yourself and be reborn, like me?" an uncharacteristically creepy Peach asks Mario, before sending him tumbling through a trapdoor.
Her apparent turn seems to be part of new baddie King Olly's devious origami-centric plot, and it seems Mario will have to team up with old nemesis Bowser to stop him.
The ring-based battle system adds a puzzle element to the series' turn-based battles, by letting you line up scattered enemies to maximize damage. Mario will also have a new "1000-Fold Arms" move to stretch out and manipulate the world around him.
It's developed by Intelligent Systems, which has been responsible for every game in the series. The original game hit N64 in 2000, and the most recent release was Color Splash on Wii U.
The Origami King may not be the only Mario game we see this year -- 2020 marks the beloved Italian plumber's 35th anniversary, and March reports suggested that Nintendo is planning to Super Mario 64 and Super Mario Sunshine to celebrate. It's also been releasing for last year's .of classic 3D adventures like