Nostalgia I Welcome You
The graphics of this game are well done, as most super mario parties are. Polished and pleasing to look at.
The sound is quite basic, there's not too much to it, but that's alright, there shouldn't be. The background music is of course subjective but I found it quite pleasurable to my ears.
The meat and bones of the game, this game has some great mini-games. For those of us who want to play the board and the games as well, but want to play by ourselves there's a solo mode included.
Problem is, by yourself this game can begin to get boring, and fast! This really is a party game and requires more than yourself to play. (Unless you're a recluse, even then, unlikely)
Sadly I don't have too many people to play with, but when I do it just brings a smile to my face. The computers you play with aren't hard, no matter the difficulty, but a human player who's unreadable, now that's a challenge. There was much laughter and merriment during the mini-games and a lot of. "I NEED A 5 AT LEAST I WANT THE STAR!"
The story is very minimal and is showed so. You're basically trying to stop the temper tantrums that the sun and the moon are having against each other. Basic mario party, find a reason to run around a board and collect stars. Don't expect much from this.
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Reviewed by: Gregory Buhler from Edmonton AB on 7/4/2012