Mario Party (1998)

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Mario decides to throw a party and invites Luigi, Princess Peach, Yoshi, DK, and Wario. Then they all start to argue who among them is the superstar. Toad, who starts to go ballistic about ... See full summary »

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Charles Martinet ...
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Eriko Ibe ...
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Mario decides to throw a party and invites Luigi, Princess Peach, Yoshi, DK, and Wario. Then they all start to argue who among them is the superstar. Toad, who starts to go ballistic about this, suggests they should go on an adventure at 6 different worlds to compete and find out who would be the superstar. They start for the wrap pipe to start their adventure, unaware of the dangers and mystery at hand. Written by Thomas O'Rourke

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When wario or Luigi lose coins to bowser they simply shout in anger. In the Japanese version the shout "Oh my god!" This was changed as nintendo of America did not allow their games to have religious connections of any kind. See more »

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Still Marginally Fun
20 December 2001 | by (Boston, Massachusetts) – See all my reviews

Mario Party was a very unique game in 1999, but it has been copied a tremendous amount of times for the past 2 years. If given a choice, you should definitely check out one of the sequels instead, but the game is nevertheless fun to play today.


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