Summary: To make this story simple you take a old, old franchise. Slap on a fresh set of paint, and release. Even though the online features no longer work. This game does what it's intended to do. Hours of mind numbing, repetitive, redundant game play. Other then the Horrible time I had with the motion-plus controller selecting the file to play. It was easy and consistent once you use the controller as a controller instead of vicariously threw you.
Exactly the nostalgia experience I was looking for, plus handicapped head-to-head
Michael J. South, Amazon
17 August 2014
Summary: I wanted the old-school Dr. Mario. It was exactly what I was looking for. NOTE: the "online" portion of this has been discontinued, along with all the other online capabilities of the classic Wii (lame, but that's how it goes sometimes). If you're interested in the online portion, I think the Wii U's Dr. Luigi has the classic mode and online multiplayer. Head-to-head local 2 player is still available on the wii.
Summary: The only thing missing from the classic Nintendo Dr Mario is having to take the cartridge out of the system and blow on it every few minutes. Good times! I love playing this game when I'm stressed or can't sleep.