Summary: This is WAY better than Mario Party 2. Each board has a unique set of rules that adds variety to the game instead of the boring "20 coins for a star in a set location" rule over and over again. Even without the microphone feature it's a blast. And the game controls are great and fair, meaning the person with the most skill in mini-games is most likely to win, however the dynamics of each world are so unpredictable that you never know what will happen and anybody can win.
Summary: The game itself replicates the many other Mario Party game experiences. This one the game boards tour the world which is cool. The microphone is the coolest thing about it because they crated multiple new games with using voice, whether they are 3v1 or free for all. The game overall is best to be played with four friends where you can steal stars, earn bunches of coins through mini-games, and land on happening spots that make you do weird things. But great game.
Summary: I bought this game for my little sister. She LOVES it. I grew up playing Mario Party 2, and i do feel like that version is more fun. But my little sister loves this game, and it gives the two of us some quality time together, so all in all, a great purchase.
Summary: Mario Part 7 will make a great addition to a game collection especially if the previous six are owned. Mario Party 7 features more new mini-games, an eight-player party mode, and new characters like Birdo and Dry Bones.
Summary: After buying this game (used) for an extremely good price, I researched and found out Mario Party 4 was rated the best (hence why they are selling for more then the others) But anyways, this game (7) is still pretty fun and does have lots of minigames. My only complaint is that while it had like 8 game modes you can play, each only has one level so if you prefer one over the others, you'll be playing the same stage everytime.
Summary: Very fun and entertaining game. Something for the whole family to play together. The mini games are fun and challenging for both kids and adults. Playing together as a team you learn teamwork and working together skills.
Summary: Mario and his friends hop on a boat to travel the world and have fun: via landmark based Mario Party boards. It's definitely fun and worth getting if you haven't played a Mario Party game since it's Nintendo 64 days and are thinking of picking one up, but if you already have a Gamecube version of the game, this one's nothing special. It's cute and it has a lot of minigames (and the mic feature is neat, too!
Summary: I have Mario Party 6 and like the endless game play. If you good in playing games then you will feel good playing the minigames and have a high score against the computer. The kids like the game and doesn't have much violence. The game have good Mario sound and music. But the game can get boring if you are looking for high action. It's a game for smile and laugh.
Summary: Now in its seventh year, Nintendo's Mario Party series has found itself locked in to the sort of annual rhythm usually reserved for sports game. The core formula never changes, but you can always expect a new conceptual gimmick, some minor gameplay tweaks, and a fresh batch of minigames. And this remains the case with Mario Party 7.
Fun Game, especially with other People, and Children
3 April 2009
Summary: I always loved Mario Party. I grew up playing it with my friends. It was the best for Nintendo 64, so I got it for the Wii...bad idea. I needed a game to play on the Wii, & decided to wait for it to come out on the shopping channel, still no luck Then I came across this. I was so happy I decided to get this game. My wii Mario Party sucked, but this one did not It is called Mario Party, so it is best played with more than one person. The more people, the better.