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Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour (2003)

Mario Golf: Family Tour (original title)
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The sequel to Mario Golf (1999), featuring 16 playable characters, each with a set of golfing statistics defining their style of play, new courses, and new modes.

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Credited cast:
Kazumi Totaka ...
Yoshi / Birdo (voice)
Scott Burns ...
Bowser / Boo (voice)
Heidi Darschke ...
Ella (voice)
Dex Manley ...
Announcer (voice)
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Princess Daisy (voice)
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Bowser Jr. (voice) (as Delores Rogers)
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Neil (voice) (as Trevor Smith)
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Princess Peach / Toad (voice)
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Mario / Luigi / Wario / Waluigi / Shadow Mario (voice)
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In this game, you play as Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach, Yoshi, Bowser, Wario, Waluigi, Princess Daisy, Donkey Kong, Diddy Kong, Koopa Troopa, Birdo, and 4 hidden character that you have to unlock [Boo, Petey Pirahna, Shadow Mario, and Bowser Jr.] as you take them through challenges and go through golf courses filled with Chain Chomp sand traps, warp pipes, and more. Written by Rtkat3

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Hit the Links in the Mushroom Kingdom!


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29 July 2003 (USA)  »

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The first game to feature Mario and Diddy Kong together. Diddy Kong was originally owned by Rare, who produced the Donkey Kong Country (1994) series. In those games, the Rare logo is visible on Diddy Kong's cap. Nintendo bought the rights to the character, and he appeared in this game. The Rare logo is now a Nintendo logo. See more »

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Follows Mario Tennis (2000) See more »

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Better than the first, which was pretty good.
24 September 2005 | by See all my reviews

The GC sequel to Mario Golf on the N64 is one pretty good game. The graphics are beautifully colored and very, very slick. There's more characters to choose from, like Waluigi and Birdo. And the gameplay is so easy and fun. I seriously mean this when I say Nintendo has created the best way a golf game should be played. There's a more than a handful of holes to choose and un-lock, all of which look great. And there's many side games to play to always keep you busy.

In the long run, if you liked the old game, this one is for you. This game falls into the Mario Classics section and hopefully will get its deserving share of attention. 8/10.


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