One day, Mario, Luigi, Peach, Yoshi, Wario, and DK met together to share their wishes of their dreams. Then they got an idea: "Build a world on all our dreams!" They started to create their... See full summary »



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Cast overview:
Charles Martinet ...
Mario (voice) (as Charles Martinee)
Asako Kozuki ...
Princess Peach (voice)
Eriko Ibe ...
Announcer (voice)


One day, Mario, Luigi, Peach, Yoshi, Wario, and DK met together to share their wishes of their dreams. Then they got an idea: "Build a world on all our dreams!" They started to create their own world, naming it Mario Land. But then Wario started an argument of whose name is better to title this new world. While they were debating, Bowser invaded 'Mario Land'! When Koopa Troopa discovered Bowser has invaded, he ran toward Mario and company to tell the news. The only result was being ignored. When Toad couldn't stand it any longer, he announced "Why don't we name this land after the person who defeats Bowser?" So Mario and the gang agreed to Toad's suggestion. They started off on their new quest, dodging deep scape, meeting ghosts and pirates, trying to get their reward: Title of the new World. Written by Thomas O'Rourke

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24 January 2000 (USA)  »

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In Every Board (except Bowser Land) the characters get dressed up in costumes depending on which board the player chooses: Pirate Land: Pirates Western Land: Cowboys Space Land: Astronauts Mystery Land: Detectives Horror Land: Wizards See more »


Followed by Mario Party 7 (2005) See more »

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One of the best Nintendo 64 games I've ever played.
25 May 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Mario Party 2 is an extraordinary game for the N64. You get to play as either Mario, Luigi, Peach, Yoshi, Wario or Donkey Kong and get to play in all kinds of lands. There, you play a lot of 4-player, 1 vs. 3-player and 2 vs. 2-player minigames, earn coins, stars and in the end, the player who's gotten the most stars in the land becomes the superstar and defeats Bowser.

  • the graphics in the game, in my opinion, were very good. The lands

look breathtaking and the minigames, battle minigames and duel minigames were all top-notch.

  • the music in the game, in my opinion, was also very good. I like how

in the Options Laboratory you can listen to various sounds and music from the lands you've played in and the characters you've played as.

  • the controls in the game, in my opinion, were good as well. They

weren't difficult to handle at all and if you press the START button during a game, they tell you what the controls for the minigame you're playing are and what buttons you use to play that minigame.

  • the gameplay in the game, in my opinion, was very, very good. I like

how you get to pick your own item of choice, use it, be able to steal another person's item with it (a.k.a.: the Plunder Chest), get all the coin deposits from the Koopa Banks, ask Boo to steal someone's stars or coins for you, go in trains, get stars from Toad, and open doors and other gates with it too (a.k.a.: the Skeleton Key).

  • the voice acting in the game, in my opinion, was very good also.

Everyone's voice was very funny when they either lost a certain amount of coins or fell from a great height in some of the minigames (a.k.a.: Bobsled Run and Platform Peril), and even got burned in some of the minigames as well (a.k.a.: Hot Rope Jump and Dungeon Dash).

This game just never gets old. It was still playable then and it's still playable now. If you're a fan of the 'Mario Party' game franchise, then I would strongly recommend this game to you. I guarantee you're gonna love it!

With all of that said, I give, "Mario Party 2",

a perfect 10 stars out of 10.

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