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Mario & Luigi Dream Team
Family Friendly Gaming
31 August 2013
Excerpt: Nintendo finds clever ways to do different things in the Mario & Luigi franchise. Don't know (or remember) much about this franchise? It is a role playing series that is heavy on the action. If your timing is perfect then you can avoid taking damage during battles.
Excerpt: Mario & Luigi: Dream Team is fun, bright and everything you’d expect from a new entry in the series. The adventure will last you around 30 hours, the environments are well-crafted and the combat is fun.
Pros: Fun combat, interesting uses of Luigi in the dream world, lengthy adventure
Cons: Odd dual save system, strange button-mapping, no penalty for failure
is still an enjoyable entry to the handheld series. It may not fully capture the charm of the last game, but it still manages to add new features and be enjoyable on its own. If you’re in for a long Mario adventure, give this one a look.
Mario & Luigi: Dream Team is a wonderful celebration of Year of Luigi (review)
7 August 2013
Conclusion: Mario & Luigi: Dream Team is a must-have for the Nintendo 3DS. It’s loveable, endearing, and a good, healthy challenge — until you hit 35 hours or so, when the developers start cramming in superfluous content and increasing the number and intensity of giant battles.
Pros: In this adventure, Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach, and their pals set out for a faraway island after receiving a mysterious invitation. The inhabitants of Pi’illo Island waste no time receiving them with warmth and breaking into celebration, but omens have clouded our heroes’ journey from the outse...
Cons: The giant battles are one of the highlights of Dream Team, but they’re not perfect, and the problems with them are inconsistent. In other words, they’re super fun but occasionally a pain in the overalls. Because these scenarios depend on the stylus, they require various swipes, taps, and other mo...
Excerpt: Mario & Luigi is an interesting franchise – it basically takes everything you know about traditional Mario, shakes it up a little bit, and then applies some very well designed Japanese RPG elements.