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  • Video Learn a Few Quirky Facts About the Mario Party Franchise

    N64 gloves and surprisingly offensive language

    The Mario Party series isn't normally on the shortlist when identifying Nintendo's most popular and iconic franchises. It's easy to be snooty about the mini-game collections but, considering the Wii U was home to Mario Party 10, it's not exactly fallen out of favour and dropped off Nintendo's regular...

February2016

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January2015

  • News Mario Party 10 Gets It Started With Wii U on 20th March

    It's almost time to party

    In today's Nintendo Direct broadcast it was revealed that Mario Party 10 will be released on the Wii U on 20th March in both Europe and North America. In addition to the standard Mario Party mode, the game will feature an new "amiibo Party mode", which brings amiibo compatibility to the classic party-game series. Certain...

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    Wii U eShop / GBA

    Review Mario Party Advance

    Party of One

    Given the palm-rending popularity of the Mario Party series on Nintendo 64, it was only a matter of time before Nintendo brought the festivities to a handheld venue, and in 2005 Mario Party Advance arrived to fulfil the dreams of on-the-go party people everywhere. Developed by the busy bees at Hudson Soft - best known as the house of...

September2014

  • Nintendo 250x183 Mario Party

    Aside from being the first release in Nintendo's long-running party game series, Mario Party's biggest claim to fame is its stick-spinning mini-games, which left many eager players with blisters on their palms. The series may have come a long way since 1999, but this title nevertheless features a diverse range of timeless mini-games and every...

December2010

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    Virtual Console / Nintendo 64

    Review Mario Party 2

    It's party time!

    The Mario Party series has become quite successful for Nintendo and has brought many gamers and their families together over the years. Nintendo, obviously still concerned over the taxing controls of the original Mario Party which caused more than a few blisters and hand cramps among players, have decided to skip straight to Mario...