Reviews and Problems with Mario And Luigi: Partners In Time
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The First Great DS RPG
J. Michael Gallen "J. Michael Gallen", Amazon
20 July 2014
Summary: While Super Mario RPG has enjoyed decent popularity, and there have been future RPGs to feature Nintendo's trademark plumber, it has yet to receive a true spiritual successor, with titles such as Paper Mario and Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga having different mechanisms, not to mention visual styles.
Summary: Would not work on my son's ds. He received this as part of his birthday presents. He was super disappointed. Luckily, the seller quickly refunded the purchase. Don't know that I will ever try to purchase a game through Amazon again.
Summary: Pretty great game. Once you get the hang of learning how to use the moves it's pretty fun. Until the end. SPOLIERS (1): It's fun until you get to Princess Shroob. She's very hard to battle- but what would you expect from the game boss. Right, so you battle her, which takes a while, and you try and try again. Then, after ALL of your hard work, you beat her! And you get so excited. But then something happens after you beat her.
Summary: its just ok though. i find the babies and the controls to be annoying. i am almost done with the game and i still am not fully used to them. i dont know why because im an avid gamer. either way its still really fun and id suggest it if you like mario and rpgs.