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Mario Party 7

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    8.6 8.6 from 110 reviewers
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    6.9 6.9 from 20 reviewers
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    8.5 8.5 from 4 reviewers
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    8.2 8.2 from 4 reviewers
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    7.6 7.6 from 5 reviewers
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Mario Party 7

Mario Party 7 is the fourth and final Mario Party title developed by Hudson Soft and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo GameCube. It has an ESRB : E (Everyone) / OFLC : PG rating. It is a single player and multiplayer game. The game makes use of the microphone peripheral introduced with Mario Party 6 and includes five entirely new worlds. Gameplay centres around Toadsworth who has invited Mario and all his friends to go on a luxury cruise around the world, with the exception of Bow…

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Mario Party 7

Mario Party 7 is the fourth and final Mario Party title developed by Hudson Soft and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo GameCube. It has an ESRB : E (Everyone) / OFLC : PG rating. It is a single player and multiplayer game. The game makes use of the microphone peripheral introduced with Mario Party 6 and includes five entirely new worlds. Gameplay centres around Toadsworth who has invited Mario and all his friends to go on a luxury cruise around the world, with the exception of Bowser. Passengers soon discover that Bowser is exacting revenge by turning their vacation paradise into a stress-filled madhouse.

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The goal of Mario Party 7 is to gather stars. Up to eight players may participate in either Party Cruise or Deluxe Cruise (the 8 player equivalent of the Mini-Game Cruise). Players are split into teams of two and are required to share a controller. Single player mode puts one player against another (either computer controlled or human played) in trying to complete the set objective on the board map before the other can. There are nine types of minigames in the game, 4-P, 1 vs.3, 2 vs.2, Battle, Duel, 8-P, DK, Bowser, and Rare. For four-player and one versus three, there are an additional five minigames that can be played with the microphone.

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