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Simply a Great Party Game

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Must Have for Party Games

on 1/2/2008

Simply a Great Party Game

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Dissapointment DO NOT BUY

by Bryan Robres on 3/31/2008

This game is not what you would expect for a party game on the wii. The wii motion controls are barely used here and it's the same old playing style as the last games. Actually, Mario Party 7 was a better game since it have a voice activation mic which was a lot of fun. I strongly suggest you just wait for the next mario party game.

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Product Overview

The world’s most popular party video game franchise is getting a lot crazier in Mario Party 8 for the Wii. Whether you’re shaking up cola cans or lassoing barrels, you and your friends will be drawn into the action like never before using the Wii Remote!

Play with motion control! 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!

  • Play with the pointer! Drag and drop decorations onto cakes, shoot Boos in haunted house, quickly choose your answer in a game show!
  • Mash those Wii Remote buttons! Jump and pummel your way through a football brawl, hop and run across an obstacle course of spinning platforms!
  • Mario Party 8 includes six brand-new boards, dozens of minigames and many new modes

    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! Mario Party 8 includes “extra-large” minigames like Star Carnival Bowling and Table Menace.

    All-new features/boards: Mario Party for Wii also includes dozens of new mini-games, six new party boards, and many new game modes. In a series first, players can transform their characters into many forms, such as player-smashing boulders and coin-sucking vampires. Mario Party 8 also includes "extra-large" mini-games like Star Carnival Bowling and Table Menace. One to four players can play Mario Party for Wii, each with a Wii Remote.

Specifications

Manufacturer Nintendo
Mfg Part# RVLPRM8E
SKU 203505864
UPC 045496900045
UPC 14 00045496900045
Format Wii
Features
Dozens of new mini-games, six new party boards and many new game modes
Extra large mini games like Star Carnival Bowling and Table Menace
With motion control you'll row your way through a river race, punch a statue to pieces, steer race cars, mopeds and go-karts, handle a balancing pole while walking a tightrope
Shoot at Boos in a haunted house, drag and drop toppings in a cake-decorating competition, select the correct answers in game-show challenges
Use the Wii Remote's Buttons - Jump and pummel your way through a football brawl, hop and run across a field of spinning platforms
Tech Specs
Product Type Software
Manufacturer Part Number rvlprm8e
Manufacturer Website Address www.nintendo.com
Manufacturer Nintendo Co., Ltd
Product Name Mario Party 8
Brand Name Nintendo
License Pricing Standard
License Type Complete Product
License Quantity 1 User
Additional Information No. of players: up to 4 players Rating Descriptors: Mild Cartoon Violence
Platform Support Wii
Features Play with the pointer! Drag and drop decorations onto cakes, shoot Boos in haunted house, quickly choose your answer in a game show! Mash those Wii Remote buttons! Jump and pummel your way through a football brawl, hop and run across an obstacle course of spinning platforms! Mario Party 8 includes six brand-new boards, dozens of minigames and many new modes
Package Type Retail
Software Name Mario Party 8
Software Sub Type Action/Adventure Game
Upgrade Information Not Applicable
Software Main Type Game
ESRB Rating E (Everyone)
Product Attributes
ESRB Rating E (Everyone)
Game Format Nintendo Wii
Game Genre Adventure
Max # of Players 4

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