Reviews and Problems with Mario And Luigi: Partners In Time
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11 November 2006
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.
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.
Excerpt: Planet Shroob, circa… a really, really long time ago. On this planet, something lived there. Something…creepy. Something…really, really creepy. No, seriously, creepier than a dog balancing on a severed human arm by its mouth. Well, okay. They’re not really that creepy. But they are purple. And as we all know, purple is the color of DOOM.
Summary: This time-warping sequel is equally funny and twice as complicated as the original.
Pros: Another fantastic script, backed by an interesting plot idea, Battles are action-packed and fun for most of the game, Great puzzle-platforming field areas, Low learning curve gives new players a handle on the weird controls
Cons: Battle system loses balance towards the end, Less emphasis on jump/hammer strategizing than before
Excerpt: Le moment est venu d'attirer votre attention une dernière fois sur l'un des tout meilleurs jeux de la DS. Dans quelques minutes, vous saurez pourquoi le nouveau titre de Nintendo est à faire absolument. Et si malgré cela le jeu ne vous dit rien, sachez qu'il saura vous réconcilier à la fois avec les RPG et l'univers de Mario.