Summary: When it comes to virtual board games, Nintendo has really conquered that market for the past several years with the success of the Mario Party franchise. Undoubtingly, the series that started from the Nintendo 64 back in 1999, has been the dominant force in the Mario spin-off franchises.
Summary: Ahh... takes me back to 2007 got it for christmas when i was 6 nice game good minigames boards were ....... ok story mode was very fun the bowser stage kinda sucked it was just too easy i would recomend this to a friend.
Summary: As a DIE-HARD fan of the "Super Mario Bros" franchise, I've played pretty much every single Mario Bros. game imaginable ! The "Mario Party" games dating back to the very first edition in 1998 to the N64 are among my favorites and the storylines can be quite entertaining !
Summary: I was SO excited to buy this game. I had always loved Mario Party since the N64 days. I figured it would be a good game to play on the go unlike RPG games for the DS that are really something you have to pay a lot of attention to (because for some reason people don't want to talk to you until you...
Summary: I love the mario party games on all systems I wanted to take a shot at the mario party nintendo ds and it's great and all the one that I own does has it's glitches setting down freezes the game up a little and have to turn it off and back on again.
Great mario game if you like that style of gameplay
1 June 2014
Summary: Very nice game. Very similar to the wii version. The gameplay seems like it goes a bit faster too cycling through the other players to get to your turn. Hitting the dice at a higher number is still a little challenging but overall its a great mario game.
Summary: I am a 13 year old video-gamer, and have been playing this game since I was 9. IT IS REALLY FUN!! Especially if you have friends or family with a ds. With the multiplayer feature you can play with or against them ( you can only imagine the battling family feud memories I have with this game)!!
Summary: Mario Party DS, like the rest of the Mario Party bunch, is a series of Mario-themed board games where four players, either human or computer AI, roll the dice and wander the field scoring points and competing in challenges of action or chance.
Summary: Decently-Solid Mario Party game. The only handheld version in the series. Board design could be better. Only 2 of the 5 boards play with regular "20-coin-moving-star"; rules. Story is unique but very short and simple. Unlockables are present but only used to look at. Mini-games are great!
Summary: I bought this game for my five year old great nephew. He has many video games for his Nintendo DS and this is the one he plays the most. This is a game with a lot of fun activities inside (races, puzzles, find an object, etc.).