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Hosting a game night is all about having your friends over and playing games. That’s why I created this tier list of Mario Party games to help you get ready for the big event!
– “Mario Party”: The original Mario game that started it all. This is a classic board game style party where four participants work together to collect as many stars and coins in order to defeat the other players. **This tier starts at Tier One because this has always been my favorite version of mario party!
– “Super Smash Bros.”: I’m not going into too much detail about Super Smash Bros., but suffice to say, you should have your controller ready for this one! Let’s just say that there are no friends here–just foes waiting patiently until they can use their weapons on each other with brute force. It goes without saying that this is a high level competition for those who want the most intense experience possible when it comes to Mario Party.
– “Mario Party Revolution”: This is a more lighter version of the game, so it might not be for everyone–but if you’re looking for something that’s fun and less competitive than some other versions on this list, then you should consider checking out Revolution! It has newer features like minigames in order to spice things up a bit with your friends or family members. If all else fails, just remember there are always those little green mushrooms at the end of every turn who will help revive any player no matter how many times they fall under an unfortunate condition (ahem.. bad luck).
– “Mario Party DS”: The newest addition here is Nintendo’s handheld video game console that offers gamers the chance to party on the go.
This game is for anyone who likes a very competitive, fast-paced environment with plenty of mini games and side quests thrown in that are sure to keep even the most debonair player busy!
– “Mario Party Advance”: The first Mario Party video game was released back in 1998 when it hit store shelves alongside their other famous title: Super Mario 64. If you’re nostalgic or just want an old school gaming experience from your childhood then this might be the perfect retro choice for you! It’s not too long but there are also some new features added like collecting coins and power stars along with landing on certain spaces which will trigger different events (or traps) depending on where players land.
– “Mario Party DS”: This game is available for Nintendo’s different consoles, the Wii and GameCube. In this version of Mario Party players are able to customize their character with a variety of clothing options as well as being able to purchase items from stores in order to help them during gameplay such as: mushrooms which will increase your speed or stars that can be used for various purposes like collecting coins or stealing other player’s cards.
– “Mario Party” (Wii): The latest instalment of the series came out on 2007 when it hit store shelves across North America alongside its partner title Super Paper Mario. If you’re looking for a longer party experience then this might just be what you need! There are six boards total where each one has a unique theme and is designed to suit different tastes. There are also plenty of new game modes for players to enjoy such as: Battle, Duel or Cupid which can be played with up to four people at once.
– “Mario Party” (GameCube): If you’re looking for an older version then this might just be what you need! Released in 200, the GameCube set includes six boards that each have their own specialties such as one being specifically made for speed while another is all about luck. This edition also has more than 100 mini games which makes it perfect if your party guests love playing against others – since there’s always someone who wants revenge on whoever beat them last time around!
Video Games Contents Summary
Overview: Mario Party is a party game series developed and published by Nintendo. The first entry in the series was released on 1998 for N64, while most recent release was “Mario Party 11” which came out on 2017 for Wii U. All games have been multiplayer titles with no single-player mode available.
The objective of the game varies from board to board but generally it involves finishing a number of predetermined tasks within each turn or collecting more stars than your opponents do before time runs out to win. There are also plenty of new game modes for players to enjoy such as: Battle, Duel or Cupid which can be played with up to four people at once.
While we all know that there’s nothing quite like playing with your friends, sometimes you need to play a game with strangers or just want a change of scenery. This is why we’ve ranked the best games in the Mario Party series from worst to first so that you can get ready for any player.. (am I really ranking these?) It has been awhile since I played them all.. *laughs*
To rank these, I considered the following factors: complexity of game rules, quality and quantity of content available to unlock in-game (i.e. boards), ease of playing alone or with a partner, variety across different modes and overall enjoyment from playtesting them myself.
This is not an exhaustive list! There are plenty more games to enjoy so please feel free to let me know which ones you’ve been enjoying lately as well! Comment below for suggestions on how we can improve this blog post together 🙂
In order from worst to first.. *flips through pages* Ah here it is.. Ok then moving onto number one! -Mario Party DS- This was definitely my least favourite Mario Party that I played, it just felt really slow-paced and not as engaging. Compared to older titles where you were constantly competing for stars with both your opponents and the board itself, this one was less intense in my opinion – but still enjoyable! For those who are looking for a more relaxed Mario Party experience while taking the bus or subway home from work/school then this is an excellent option if that’s what you’re into.
Ok so we’ve gone over number two on our list now.. But before we go onto three let’s talk about something important: *pulls out index cards* How do YOU rank these games? Let me know how many of them you have played before (and which ones) by commenting below! Your input is really valuable to me. In the meantime, here’s number three on my list: Mario Party Star Rush! It was a party game that I played last year for the first time and it just felt like the most intense of them all. That being said, it was also one of the shortest games- with only four rounds in total – so if you’re looking for something more long term then this might not be your best bet. But no worries because we have two other titles coming up shortly–stay tuned! I would recommend playing any of these at least once to see which ones tickle your fancy 😉 jk about recommending anything lol but yeah play whichever sounds decent enough for ya’lls biznass