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Mario Golf: World Tour - Nintendo 3DS
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- 3DS MARIO GOLF: WORLD TOUR
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Go clubbing around the world with Mario. Tee off as your favorite Mario or Mii character while challenging players online.* Shoot into warp pipes and dodge piranha plants in Mushroom Kingdom areas or take a shot at the nature-themed courses.
The new Castle Club has both naturalistic and Mario-themed courses, a training area to hone your skills, and a pro shop where you can get unlockable gear and outfits. Test your skills in a gauntlet of course challenges, play with friends locally,** or take on players around the world in online real-time tournaments.*
- Play as your Mii character or as your favorite Mario characters.
- Trick out your Mii character and get the edge on your competition with outfits and equipment.
- Use the touch screen and motion sensor to better track and control shots.
- Create and play in online communities with unique tournament rules.*
- Compete in worldwide tournaments online.*
*Wireless broadband Internet access required for online play. Learn more at support.nintendo.com.
**Additional systems and games required for multiplayer mode; each sold separately.
Platform: Nintendo 3DS
Top Customer Reviews
I have never played a Mario Sports game before, so I was somewhat anxious to see whether or not I could even jump into Mario Golf: World Tour and start having fun right away, or if I would need to sit through tutorial after tutorial to learn, not just the controls of the game, but much about Golf in general (as I have no experience with either). I was vey happy to see how well the tutorials and general instructions were handled, as they were neither intrusive nor very long, but instead offered very quick overviews of how the game is played. They are entirely optional (besides a 10 second basics guide at the beginning of the game) so don't worry about having to deal with the standard Nintendo-handholding that you are probably familiar with in many of the other first-party titles; World Tour is nothing like that.
There is a lot of Single-Player content for you to enjoy, but it's handled in the same way that other more recent Nintendo games do: You can 'beat' the game in about 6-10 hours depending on how good you are at the game, but there is a lot more stuff to do and unlock. In total, I couldn't even guess how long you could play this game before actually 'finishing' it, but I would guess it's more than you expect.Read more ›
Everything is fantastic. The depth, the challenge, the high amount of replay value and game modes make this a high value title (and the fact that it is only 30 dollars is a huge plus too). Online modes are deep, fun, and highly enjoyable (online tournaments, vs. play with a friend(s)). Mechanics themselves are tight and highly polished, with each hole serving as a new challenge. Graphically, the game looks fantastic (aside from the low res putting grid). The music is great, and very catchy (can be turned off), while character voice-overs are indeed a little graining (can't be turned off). Tons of content, a great single player mode, tons of replay value and challenge make this equal parts perfect for pick up and play as well as for extended play sessions.
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You can play the game as the mario characters, with items and non-golf power ups etc. But this doesn't really unlock anything, its more just a one off, play a round with no lasting consequences mode.
The other side of the game you play as your Mii, and unlock new courses and gear and money to buy better gear etc. This is where the advancement is. But the advancement driven part of the game doesn't seem to let you play as any of the iconic Nintendo characters, which for me is the draw of a Mario Golf type of game. If I wanted a true golf simulator, I'd go somewhere else.
For me, it should have been a combination of these two distinctly different facets, and it would have been great. I like fun characters and environments, I like advancement, achievements, and unlocks. The fact that they were oddly walled off from each other ruined it for me. :(
Most Recent Customer Reviews
In Alaska, we can not play golf for 8 months out of the year, unless we travel. Mario is much less expensive than airfare. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Darren Johnson
I was a huge fan of Mario Golf on the N64 so I had to pick this up, and it did not disappoint. Tons of course to play and lots of mini challenges to beat. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ryan P.
Great fun and a good time gold game. Lots of game play and hours with this.Published 3 months ago by Jason Cesari
The game came sealed, however there was NO GAME inside the case. I bought this for my son as a reward for a summer of chores and you can imagine how disappointed we both were to... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Steve Cagle
Great game. I've been playing this games since the original NES and this is my favorite of them all. Nice getting on a round on a break at work.Published 4 months ago by trevor noble
Son loves this game. Husband plays it with him too. Nice graphics and can't go wrong with Mario Bros.Published 5 months ago by BrandyW
This is really fun. I was a little worried that it would get old and repetitive, but it's just a great Mario themed game. Read morePublished 5 months ago by nick ruggier
I love this series, but I can't get into this game. The sound effects are bad, there is no story mode. I really wanted to like this game, but I don't ever play it. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Thom Schreck