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Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time (DS)
4 July 2013
Excerpt: Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time is the sequel to the hit GBA RPG Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga. In this episode, an alien race of creepy mushrooms is set out to conquer Mushroom Kingdom. In Princess Peach\'s attempt to stop them, she gets captured (again!) and it is Mario & Luigi\'s job, with the help of Baby Mario & Baby Luigi, to bring her back. They embark on a journey that spans not only much of Mushroom Kingdom, but a whole generation!
Excerpt: Nintendo has cemented their ability to create innovative, and fun games in almost every genre. The role playing game genre is no exception to that. Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time is the second handheld role playing game for the Mario brothers. The first one Mario & Luigi: SuperStar Saga was on the Gameboy Advance. There had been complaints by some that the GBA (Gameboy Advance) version was too wide open, and players would get confused about where to go next.
Excerpt: Mario has tackled nearly every genre at this point: platform, racing, sports, even RPG. The nice thing is that, with a few exceptions, Mario has excelled at all of them, but nowhere more surprisingly than RPG. Every Mario RPG I've played has been pure gold, from the original Super Mario RPG to Paper Mario (Mario Story in Japan) and the original Mario & Luigi Superstars for GBA.
Excerpt: Eat your beans and mushrooms. It's a sequel to Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga , and if you LOL'd at the first game, you'll ROFL at this one. Mario hasn't starred in as many RPGs as he has platformers, but the former is rapidly catching up to the latter.
Excerpt: Developer - AlphaDream Corporation Publisher - Nintendo Features 1 Player Cartridge Save Rumble Pack Compatible I have never been a big RPG fan as my attention span is not geared toward such. Add to this my view of how the RPG genre seems geared towards the diehards and I tend to shy away from them. Nintendo has this knack of publishing games that look beyond the hardcore and I have to say that Mario & Luigi - Partners in Time falls within this realm.
Conclusion: THE VERDICT: Partners in Time is another great game in the same mould as Mario RPG, which loses some of its brilliance simply due to the pedigree of its lineage, but regains some with smart use of the DS's twin screens. It's not overly challenging, but is a long lasting slice of gaming entertainment, in a typically fine-tuned Nintendo style.
Excerpt: Not so long ago I was sweating with excitement over the new Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga game, having been awe struck by Paper Mario years earlier I could only hope for this game to bring back the formula I loved and adored. I was not disappointed. When news broke of a follow up title on the Nintendo DS I become ecstatic with excitement once again.
Excerpt: Hello and welcome to another fun-filled review.
What magic and intrigue will the DS bring us this time? Today we take a look at
Mario and Luigi 2: Partners in Time. This game is the sequel to the Mario and
Luigi: Superstar Saga for the Game Boy Advance. Let us begin with the
back-story. Mario and Luigi go to Princess Peach's castle where Professor E.
Gadd has created a time machine powered by the Cobalt Star.