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Mario Party 10 - Wii U Standard Edition
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- - Your amiibo becomes a game piece in the all-new amiibo Party mode! At least one amiibo is required in order to access this mode. - Game boards vary based on the amiibo used. On the Mario board, you might encounter an event where you use a Mushroom to suddenly grow or collect coins while defeating your rivals. On the Luigi board, you may have to suck up your rivals' stars and coins using the Poltergust. - Save items to your amiibo, then strategically choose one item to bring along each game! It might just be the key to victory!- Use each compatible amiibo* once per day to get a bonus, such as a different base for your game piece!- Read/Write compatibility with the following amiibo figures:o Mario, Luigi, Peach, Toad, Yoshi, Bowser, Rosalina, Donkey Kong, and Wario- Tap any other amiibo figure to the Wii U GamePad controller to play Scratch Bonus and win Mario Party points, letting you unlock in-game bonus content
- Platform: Nintendo Wii U
- ESRB Rating: Everyone
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
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B. Y.O. B. (Bring Your Own Bowser)
Bowser crashes the latest Mario Party, the first installment of the series on the Wii U console. In the new Bowser Party mini-games, play as Bowser himself and face off against up to four others playing as Mario and friends. Control Bowser using the buttons, motion controls and touch screen of the Wii U GamePad controller in different ways, and wreak havoc as Bowser in each mini-game while the other players strive to survive.
- Grab the GamePad and play as Bowser for the first time in the series. In Bowser Party mini-games, one player gets to be the fire-breathing Bowser as he tries to burn, bonk or blast other players away. Up to four players use Wii Remote controllers to cooperate and survive as they confront the Bowser player, who is using the Wii U GamePad. It's four against one, and being a party pooper has never been so much fun!
- Control Bowser in a variety of ways with the Wii U GamePad. In Bowser's Bad Breath, for example, the Bowser player moves the GamePad around to aim and shoot fireballs at the other players while they attempt to dodge them.
- Colors and textures pop off the screen as the Mario Party series leaps into high definition for the first time.
- Enjoy new mini-games in classic Mario Party style with up to four players.*
- *Additional accessories are required for multiplayer mode and are sold separately.
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Top Customer Reviews
Play one of the n64 ones, they still hold up well, much more fun than this.
The graphics are great and quite a step up from previous Mario Party games. Everything is crisp and clean and the animations are very good too.
All in all, Mario Party 10 continues the legacy of the series without trying too many new things but the game wasn't that broken to start with.
The core is basically the same with a few bells and whistles thrown on to shake up formula. If you’ve been enjoying Mario Party games then this is definitely the game for you. However, if it has been getting stale, or you’re looking for a more skill-based experience, you might want to look at other games. When it comes down to it though, you’ll rarely have a better time with a few of your friends then when you’re playing.
The big negative: to play Mario Party mode, it takes absolutely a wiimote. So in my case, to be able to play, it was necessary that I buy the wiimote, even to play it alone. For me it is a real design error because the game does not operate in the end the console controller (and more Wiimotes are not given).
In short, if you have Wiimotes, the game is excellent
There are three main problems I have with the game. The Bowser Party mode (one of the main marketing points of the game) only contains 10 mini-games, so it is going to be way too soon before you start encountering the same one over and over again. It's a really cool and fun idea, but it sucks to see that they didn't go all out with it.
Secondly, I haven't played Mario Party since MP7 (so I don't know whenever this one mechanic was introduced) and I really don't like the "everyone moves in the same car, together" mechanic. It takes away a lot of skill and strategy that the previous games have had. The MP games used to have luck play a small-but-frequent factor, but now the game is almost completely based on luck
Finally, the mini-games are super fun, but they're inconsistent. There were multiple game play sessions I've had when it took nearly 7 straight minutes without a mini-game, which is frustrating in a set 30 minute game (which isn't adjustable, btw).
Now let's talk about the good.
The mini-games, like I said earlier, are fantastic! There is a really good variety in them, from skill based, to memory, to just plain luck! There is something here to play for everyone. The spirit when playing Mario Party with friends is also something to be noted, DO NOT BUY THIS IF YOU DO NOT HAVE AT LEAST 3 WIIMOTES (and 3 people to use them) or you will have a somewhat boring time, as to be expected from a game with the word "party" in it.
The game looks and plays beautifully, 60fps and the aesthetic is colorful, vibrant, and cheerful (even in the scareh places).Read more ›
Overall it's a solid game, but lacking in any really new innovations or gameplay mechanics that we haven't seen in older versions of MP. If anything there are some aspects of the older games that I liked better.
Fun level design (Bowser Castle especially)
New mode Bowser party is pretty good and makes use of the gamepad.
Extra Bonus games are good, including Badminton, Bejeweled (think like bubble bobble), and a few other minigames.
LOTS of minigames, so they don't get too repetitive
Characters can't move around the board independantly, they all take turns moving one vehicle.
Cheap Bowser squares that kill half your stars are annoying.
No coins, or big stars, you win based on your final mini-star count only.
Lack of levels (only 5 levels, come on!)
Lack of characters (only 13 playable characters is underwhelming).
Minigames don't give enough stars for last place to catch up, even if you win most of them.
Winner of the game is clear after the "homestretch" unless they hit a bowser square, no one else can win.
Some minigames are flawed for multiplayer (first person to select something always wins, this screws other players).
Not enough bonus stars are awarded at the end of the game to significantly change the outcome.
I'd say this is a solid 7/10. I find the gameplay is pretty fun, but with only 5 levels, I think it will get boring pretty fast. I'm hoping for some DLC with 2 or 3 additional maps. I really think a bunch of levels and different gameplay modes would have made this game an 8 or 9 out of 10. Feels like Nintendo really missed an opportunity to push the MP franchise forward in a big way. I don't reccomend this game for solo play, I would only buy it if you have friends to play with.
Most recent customer reviews
Not a fantastic sequel to MP9 which, in my opinion, had much better courses. Having to use the old Wii Nunchucks just to roll the dice is pretty stupid considering the system... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Jon V
One of the lamer mario party games, I would recommend older versions.Published 16 days ago by jasondf66
I'd probably give it two stars but the average rating it just too high for my liking. this game was just so shallow and luck based, even more so than the earlier entries. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Matt
Can not use the game pad in regular mario party as a regular controller but otherwise it's super fun!Published 28 days ago by Amazon Customer
Quite a lot of changes in this newest version of Mario Party. The gameboards can be a little confusing the first time you play through them but after getting used to them its a lot... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Leonard Reimer
I haven't really enjoyed these games since Mario Party 8. It's so luck based has nothing to do with skill.Published 1 month ago by ted windsor