Reviews and Problems with Mario And Luigi: Partners In Time
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The First Great DS RPG
J. 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: 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.
My 6 year old liked it for a while. My 9 year old is too old for this.
15 January 2013
Summary: Like all these over priced cartridges my kids love them for a month or so and then grow tired of it. I did ask my kids what they thought of the game before writing this review (6 and 9). They simply gave me the standard answer, "It's OK, it's fun". However, I can tell my 9 year old daughter has outgrown the meager value and simplistic nature of the DS.
Summary: Generally, I enjoyed this game. It had good gameplay, very humorous dialog by the characters, decent graphics and interesting places to explore. I just wish the final boss battle wasn't so tediously difficult. Every time I thought I had beaten it, it would mutate into another form and then the fight would start again. I didn't have the patience to stick with it and finish the game. Oh well, at least 99% of it was fun.
Summary: Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga was a resounding success on the GBA. It was a practically flawless game that achieved excellence in every area, and it more than earned the right to have a sequel made. Partners in Time is the second installment in the series, where rather than using just Mario & Luigi, you now use their younger selves as well.
Summary: Well, since I just purchased this game AFTER purchasing Mario & Luigi: Bowswers Inside Story, I see where they got the concept. Partners in Time was done pretty much the same way, where you start off by going to Peach's castle, then she's kidnapped and Mario & Luigi must save her! (there's a shocker for any mario/zelda game huh?
Summary: Reviewed for Big Boss Games by: KWE Mario e Luigi: Partners in Time is an RPG for the Nintendo DS, a system that I am continually glad I purchased. The game follows Mario, Luigi and their baby counterparts in a quest to save the Princess from aliens from the past that have kidnapped her. For those of you who have played Mario RPG or the Paper Marios, you'll find surprisingly similar game play with a few new twists.