Summary: Great to see a new Mario Party with wide screen. But they changed it up too much. Gone are the days where you are on your own and battle eachother but now you work together!? I know right? Weird.
Summary: As a huge of the Mario Party game series, and playing "Mario Party 8" consistently since it's release, I couldn't wait to give the new version a try. I do enjoy the game, but feel it's a step backward from the previous entry.
It's something new, but it's just not Mario Party.
Sally Fields, Amazon
5 April 2012
Summary: Right off the bat you can tell this game was developed by different people than the people who developed all of the other Mario Party games. I had read some things about there not ever going to be a Mario Party 9 because of a change in people working for Nintendo or something along those lines and...
Strays from the series in negative and positive ways
Jennifer T., Amazon
5 April 2012
Summary: Mario Party is always that game you pull out for your non-gamer friends. Its appeal is its simplicity and how anyone can pick it up and learn to play it within a matter of minutes. This game seemed to emphasize that goal, making it easier than ever to win.
Summary: I have been a big Mario Party fan ever since I got #4 on my GameCube when I was a child. I noticed that after Mario Party 7, things started going downhill. Mario Party 8 was a bust; it just didn't feel right.
If you loved Mario Party 8, you probably won't love this!!!
Caz H., Amazon
3 April 2012
Summary: We are big Mario Party fans - it's like playing a board game on the screen, but with all the fun of mini games and challenges etc. Mario Party 8 and previous versions, had you traveling across a game board as individuals, trying to beat the other players.