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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So many people were complaining that they got blisters from spinning the analog stick that, Nintendo had to pay $80,000,000 (80 million dollars) for free gloves to stop people getting blisters. Many people weren't aware of this so, they probably have a lot in there headquarters or they were disposed of. See more »

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Crap game
25 May 2005 | by (UK) – See all my reviews

This was an absolute waste and one of N64's first blatant attempts to totally cash in on Mario. Unlike "Super Smash Brothers" or "Mario Kart" the gameplay aspect doesn't make up for anything -- the gameplay here isn't much fun and the whole idea of a "party game" revolving around Mario is so shameful. (Or, for the sake of the designers, shameless.) This isn't an absolutely terrible game or anything, but it is very poor and one of the most clear examples of Super Mario being taken past his limits and being applied to a genre that really doesn't have anything whatsoever to do with his persona.

You might enjoy it if you're at a party, but if you ask me, playing a Mario party game at a party is sort of lame, and you might be classified as a loser. Especially nowadays, when N64 hasn't been around for over five years.


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