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Genre: Party/Board Game - Publisher: Nintendo - Release Year: 2000 - For: Nintendo 64 (N64)

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“Good In Multiplayer”

published 19/02/2004

Multiplayer especially the mini games

1 player

I have had this game for a few years and i still get my N64 out to play it whenever my mates come round, but i would never play it in 1 player. With buckets of new mini-games and a new Duel mode, you'd be forgiven for initially thinking this is an all-singing, all-dancing fresh experience. Which...

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Excellent

Fantastic game no problems

one player is abit dull

Mario Party 3. What is with all the sequels? Can nobody think of an original idea? Well yes… play Mario party 3 and you will understand. Similar but different to the first and second Mario parties. It features Mario and his friends- and they want to have a party? Well to be honest, the gamer...

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Good

“Good for Newcomers...”

published 22/01/2001

Around 80 totally new mini-games!

Lacks in one-player mode, too much like its predec...

This is a review of the Japanese version of the game, as the English version has yet to come out. Before I start, let's go over the first 2 Mario Party games. The original one was revolutional, and spawned such titles as Crash Bash on Playstation, and Sonic Shuffle on Dreamcast. Then Mario Party...

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