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  • It's the best mode to ever designed in a Mario Party game and it will possibly keep you busier and more entertained than the regular game boards
  • Even with the luck-based mini-games, I still highly recommend this Mario Party game

    • by GenesisOne
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      Mario Party 3 is the final MP game for the N64, and the series certainly ends on a high note! One of the most impressive features in this game is the item system. A player can carry up to three items and many of these items adds new strategy and excitement to the game.

      For example, if a player is about to reach a star, and you have a Lucky Lamp, change the location of the star and watch his or her’s face turn red! Or use a Duel Glove and take his or her coins so he or she won’t have


      enough! Or even use a Poison Mushroom and stop them in his or her tracks! Purchase a Plunder Chest and prevent other players from buying a helpful item like a Golden Mushroom or Magic Lamp! Use a Reverse Mushroom to go back and pick up a star that just appeared behind you or didn’t have the coins for! There are so many useful, fun, and strategic items to be used that the item system alone makes this game a must have for fans of Mario and/or multiplayer games! In addition, there’s a new duel mode that really makes this game a keeper.

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      • It’s a two-player mode that has players use coins to hire and maintain one or two Mario characters, like Toad, Whomp, and Boo just to name a few, to protect themselves and attack the other player.

        The object is to deplete the other player’s life meter before he or she does it to you.

        You move around different board maps with your hired help in front of and/or in back of you.

        Each character has a special ability, a certain amount of damage they can take before being defeated, and a fee that you must pay.

        Build the best team and try

        to survive! It’s the best mode to ever designed in a Mario Party game and it will possibly keep you busier and more entertained than the regular game boards! As for the mini-games, they do not disappoint, although I would have to say they are a bit of a step down from the previous two Mario Party games.

        Still, they are fun and in some cases, quite difficult - now if the game just didn’t have the handful of pure luck-based mini-games, it would really be close to being perfect.

        Even with the luck-based mini-games, I still highly recommend this Mario Party game.




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