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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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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It's not just a board game......it's an Adventure! See more »


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Who cares if Mario is brought beyond his persona?
10 June 2007 | by (In a Chair in my room) – See all my reviews

If you're a true gamer, you like playing games that are perfect to the essence. however, if you're a casual gamer, games that are tons of fun are the way to go.

Mario and some of his friends are at a party, on a gaming board, playing a game to see who's the best. they collect stars and coins and cross over spaces like a board game. at the end of each turn, they play a mini-game to earn more coins and to move the game along. in the end, the person with the most stars wins.

personally, i found this game extremely fun, even after you get everything. it's a game where you can have fun with people that regularly don't like video games (my dad and that game where the characters roll on giant balls, trying to knock each other off a platform is a great example) there's many types of mini games. also, Personally, this should have been innovated during the 16 bit era.

it's a sweet way to throw a party, or just to kill a rainy Saturday afternoon.


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