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: This game was quite dissipointing because it looked so good but the graphis were pretty bad and it took me like a second to beat this game.But the positive part about this game is that you can play pretty cool minigames and their is a couple of cool courses to play on.I give this game a C
Summary: I've always enjoyed the mario party games. So when I heard that a mario party ds game was coming out I was a little more than excited. However this mario party game wasn't the party that I thought it was. STORY=6 Mario party games don't need a story so I don't even know why they bothered.
ok game, not a classic as the old versions of mario bro
8 January 2010
Summary: Game is not like the old versions of mario brothers by any means, lots of sub title games to play that are interesting, but overall game is not what you have come to expect from mario brothers.
Summary: If you've played other Mario Party games this is very similar. Just like those other Mario Party games this one is best with people to play it with. I simply played the single player to unlock the extra board so it could be played multiplayer.
Summary: I am a huge fan of the Mario Party games, and this was beyond disappointment. It was boring, over quick, and with only 5 boards to choose from, you get no where fast. Also the other little items and badges you receive, serve no purpose, at least to me.
Summary: Maybe I'm not the target audience, but I'm a 29 year old who got this game with a DS for Valentines day (my husband rocks!), anyhow, I think that the story mode is kind of boring because you have to wait for 3 coms to take their turns before you go, it would be better if I knew someone I could play...