When Bowser finds out he was not invited on Toadsworth's luxury cruise, the Koopa King turns their vacation paradise into a stress-filled madhouse. Mario tries to gain as many stars as possible to put a stop to him.
Starlink: Battle for Atlas is a new action-adventure game where you assemble a custom star ship mounted to your game controller to launch into an interplanetary adventure. Lead a group of ... See full summary »
After being banished from planet Corneria, the evil scientist Andross declares war on the entire Lylat System. The commanding officer of Corneria's defence force, summons the elite mercenary team Star Fox to defeat Andross.
Mario steps onto the court in classy tennis garb for intense rallies against a variety of characters in full-blown tennis battle. Mario Tennis Aces is bringing a new level of skill and competition, and also features a story mode.
As a big fan of the Mario Party series, I would have to say that this is my favorite. The games are fun and easy to learn. Party mode is a blast! It's an all around good game. Also, for all of you "hip-game-people" it has good graphics. (If it has good graphics it MUST be a good game.) Anyway, there were only 2 things I noticed that I found a little...off-ish. Not bad. Definitely not bad. Just off-ish. First: Listen to Daisy's voice. It's much deeper in this game than in other game's she's in. I really don't think that this is the first game Daisy speaks in. Of course, then again, I may be wrong. Secondly, there is a serious lack of Birdo in this game. I know that that's not such a big deal. However, Birdo is a good enough character. I mean, you can play as Toadette but not Birdo. OK, enough ranting. It's a good game. I like it a lot.
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