Whether youre shaking up cola cans or lassoing barrels, you and your friends will be drawn into the action like never before using the Wii Remote! I've played with it one time for at least three hours and I have to discipline myself to not go overboard. The game computer viciously skews the dice rolls, position of stars, computer's skill at the minigames, etc to make the game 'harder' and more based on luck. There are a ton of mini games, and they can get very heated and competitive especially when the game is very close and there's only a couple rounds left to go. The minigame masters at Hudson have long since proven they know how to produce gameplay that's bite-size and easy to digest. As in numbers I mean other players. While many of the minigames are four-player free-for-alls, there are plenty of one-on-one, two-on-two, or one-on-three games to mix things up, but what really helps keep the minigames fresh is the varied focus of the minigames. Overall, Mario Party 8 for the wii continues the tradition of mario party.
The mini games are fun, too. This game isn't like the typical Super Mario, where you're trying to avoid bullets, turtles, etc. Though their is different areas, most areas have the same objective revolving around collecting the most stars. If you've got the patience to dig past the skill-free board game portions of Mario Party 8, there are some genuinely inventive minigames to be played. The only thing that keeps me from giving this game a 4 stars out of 5, is the fact that I can only play the game in full screen mode. If you have at least one friend, and at least one wii, pick up this game and play it til your arms are tired from waving them around like a lunatic to earn coins and stars.
Mario Party 8 includes extra-large minigames like Star Carnival Bowling and Table Menace. The primary mode still plays like a board game, with four players smacking the dice block to move across spaces, collecting as many coins and stars as they can before they finish a set number of turns, and of course, playing minigames at the end of each round. Jump and pummel your way through a football brawl, hop and run across an obstacle course of spinning platforms! That has been the case with great games that really showed it like Excite Truck and the dramatic The Legend Of Zelda: Twilight Princess. The 14 preloaded playable characters include franchise favorites, such as Mario, Luigi, Yoshi, Princess Daisy, and Toadette. With multiple players, and no computer players, you can truly have a good time and maybe even the winner of the game won't be the one you thought! One board takes place on a moving train that you must run through, as well as on top of, as you collect coins to impress a movie star who's onboard.
I've played a few Mario type games, but this one exceeds them all. In Mario Party 8, they have recreated what I messed from the series and have added more. The Minigame Tent is funny too. The single-player mode is fun, but like other reviewers have said, can get a little boring after a while. Really, it's just a great fun game to play with a couple of friends. This simplicity makes it easy to jump into Mario Party 8 with casual players, but it also cripples the lasting value of the game. This game also allows players to use customized Mii players in many of the games.
Roll an unfortunate number and land on a bad space, and you could find yourself going from first to last, losing most of your coins, or even one of your stars. I would highly recommend this game to anyone. On the positive side, while playing on the Tycoon Town game board, characters will stop and look both ways before crossing the road. This game is a kinda funny Mario Party game. I really enjoy it as do my 3-year-old son and my 20-year-old step-daughter! If you play board games every night it does get boaring after a while. Afterward, the player has to defeat Blooper and Hammer Bro. The game is best played with more then one player.
Mario Party 8's biggest issue is that it relies too often on elements of random chance, which might prove frustrating for more competitive gamers. Kinda funny game, this can be sometimes a little bit boring if you play this for many hours. The point, though, is that you shouldn't have to dig at all. Row your way down a river, punch a statue to pieces, steer race cars and mopeds, and handle a balancing pole while walking a tightrope! But playing with different people and hearing them groan when you steal their stars is what Mario Party is all about. You can also use your Mii characters that you've created from games like Wii Sports and have them play in the Star Carnival and play games like ping pong. This game is really fun to play. Players maneuver their players through six different boards where they attempt to earn stars, coins, and special power-ups.
The graphics are delightful but the gameplay is definitely what brings the game to its success, as you use the Wii remote to play in games like waving a magic wand and using an energy ball to strike Bowser in a one on one showdown, punching a statue to smitherines with a boxing glove, or using it you are shaking a soda can and creating a gusher in one of the duel minigames. Un-bias review of Mario Party 8. In a franchise first, you can collect special power-ups and transform your character into a boulder that smashes rivals or a coin-sucking vampire! Drag and drop decorations onto cakes, shoot Boos in haunted house, quickly choose your answer in a game show! It was unsealed with no scratches which is amazing. The haunted mansion level's layout is a mystery when you start, requiring you to explore its rooms and corridors as you hunt for stars. We bought it at the carnival and now when we're playing, we can shake our remotes and our characters will make noises on the remotes during someone's turn.
The Mario Party games have never looked particularly amazing, and have relied on the strength of its cast of characters and a real air-horn level of enthusiasm to make up the difference. The worlds most popular party video game franchise is getting a lot crazier in Mario Party 8 for the Wii. As someone who doesn't play video games very much, I have to say that I absolutely love this game! This game is without a doubt a top game to get a child, though fun for all ages. It has been almost 2 years since the franchise had its last game on the Nintendo Gamecube, and worked like a charm by being innovative and fun for all ages. In the main mode, players travel across six boards in search of Stars, landing on spaces that are helpful example: giving coins or a hindrance example: sending Bowser in to mess with the player. There are also a few new additions here too, as you can also unlock players including Blooper, the sea squid from the Super Mario Brothers games, and Hammer Brothers, which recently returned in a great set of guest cameos in Super Mario Strikers and Mario Superstar Baseball.
There are six uniquely themed boards to play on here, and most of them come packing a different gameplay gimmick as well. Considering there are so many great games coming out for the Nintendo Wii like Big Brain Academy: Wii Degree, this one is definitely a wonderful addition to your Wii library. How can you apply the principles of teamwork to everyday life? The game has party in its name so it warns you to bring some friends to make the game entertaining. In a series first, players can transform their characters into many forms, such as player-smashing boulders and coin-sucking vampires. Many of the Mini games in Mario Party 8 incorporate the touch-sensitive Wii remote in creative ways, letting it double as a paint brush, hammer, dart, stamp, and lasso to name a few. Проверенная покупка: да Состояние товара: Новые. I would only stray away from it if you don't like board games.
Mario Party, the video game franchise that eats like a board game, has now arrived on the Nintendo Wii for the first time with Mario Party 8, and it brims with plenty of pick-up-and-play action. You select a Mario character a cast of about a dozen people that includes obvious favorites like Mario, Luigi, Peach, and Yoshi, but also contain characters I wouldn t expect, like blooper and being to play on the area of your choice. I am very happy with this purchase, I was willing to pay the little extra money for it to be sealed than an uses one because my original stopped working after playing it for 10 mins due to some scratches from playing it so much. Yes it gets repidative after a while but what doesen't? Other attractions include: Party Tent, where up to four players can compete with each other in any of the selectable boards just for fun, hence being a Mario Party game; Minigame Tent, where up to four players can compete with each other in any minigames in different modes like Free Play Arcade and Crown Showdown; Fun Bazaar, where the player can buy stuff like carnival figures, music and games, look at records and listen to character voices, and more; Extras Zone, where the player can play some other games normally not playable in any other party modes. Mario Party 8 for the Nintendo Wii is a wild and addictive game that brings out a simplicity for gamers young and old alike, as you unlock and play over 7 0 minigames that are easy and fun to play.