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Mario and Luigi: Dream Team

by Nintendo
Nintendo 3DS
Everyone 10+
4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (212 customer reviews) 3 answered questions 81 / 100

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  • In Luigi's dreams, anything can happen like spawning hundreds of Luigis into a bouncy tower, a wrecking ball, and more
  • Master two 3D worlds the real world and Luigi?s dream world
  • Discover a ridiculously fun adventure with imaginative new ways to battle

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  • ASIN: B00CH923NE
  • Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 4.9 x 0.5 inches ; 2.4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: August 11, 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (212 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #531 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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Interact with a sleeping Luigi to change the dream world
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Mario & Luigi Team Up to take on enemies
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Mario and Luigi embark on the adventure of their dreams in a hilarious action RPG that combines the real world with the wild landscapes of Luigi's imagination. In Luigi's dreams, anything is possible—legions of Luigis morph into forms like a bouncy tower or a wrecking ball. You can even poke a sleeping Luigi to alter events in his dream world.

While on vacation on Pi'illo Island, the bros. discover that Luigi's sleeping mind can open portals to the dream world. In the real world, control both bros. at once, but in the dream world Mario partners with Dreamy Luigi and hundreds of Luiginoids. In battle, timing is key to pulling off the best moves to attack or defend. Mario & Luigi can team up for supercharged Bros. Attacks. In the dream world, Mario can use Luiginary Attacks to assemble a hoard of Luigis into attack formations. Adventure with Mario & Luigi to not only rescue Peach, but to help Prince Dreambert free fellow Pi'illo folk from the bat-king Antasama's petrifying spell.

Key Features
  • Spawn hundreds of Luigis that mold into different forms like bouncy towers, wrecking balls, giant hammers, and more for special attacks or to pass obstacles
  • Poke, tickle, and move a sleeping Luigi on the lower touch screen to alter the dream world on the upper screen
  • Master two worlds by switching between controlling both bros. when battling in the real world and controlling Mario and an army of Luigis in dream-world battles
  • Experience larger-than-life Giant Battles with a gargantuan-sized Luigi that spans over both Nintendo 3DS screens at one time
  • Meet a host of hilarious characters as you strive to rescue Princess Peach and help Prince Dreambert free his petrified Pi'illo people from the bat-king Antasma's spell
  • Find new items and gear to customize Mario & Luigi to fit your play style.
Giant-sized Luigi battles huge bosses
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Action in both the real and dream worlds
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Meet the hilarious residents of Pi'illo Island
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Mario and Luigi embark on the adventure of their dreams in a hilarious action RPG that combines the real world with the wild landscapes of Luigi’s imagination. In Luigi’s dreams, anything is possible - legions of Luigis morph into forms like a bouncy tower or a wrecking ball. You can even poke a sleeping Luigi to alter events in his dream world.

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96 of 106 people found the following review helpful
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I cannot begin to tell you how much of a breath of fresh air this lovely little gem is. I've had a Mario RPG itch that has only intensified after Paper Mario: Sticker Star left me disappointed by its lack of critical RPG elements, but finally, this game has delivered all I've waited for these last few years. While it's true that Paper Mario was originally meant to be the spiritual successor to the brillaint SNES gem, Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars, it has been the zany, hilarious, kooky Mario and Luigi series that has truly continued the tradition of that SNES classic all those years ago. That makes sense, because the M&L games have been made by the very same core team that made Super Mario RPG, from the game director right down to the musical composer, and dare-I-say it, this may be their best Mario and Luigi game yet. What a lovely experience, and a fulfilling RPG in general as well. I'm warning you right now, prepare for a detailed and somewhat lengthy review, there's a lot to cover. Skip this one if you don't like long, detailed reviews.

The game begins with Mario and Luigi accompanying Peach and her royal entorage on a trip to the awe inspiring and mysterious Pi'illo island. The original citizens of this glorious empire have been gone for years, the story of their disappearance a total mystery, but they left behind ruins that reveal a culture with powers to channel the unlimited potential of dreams themselves.
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33 of 36 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent addition to the Mario and Luigi series August 12, 2013
By Indy418
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I've missed a few along the way, but I'm a big fan of the Mario and Luigi games. This one does not disappoint. The main action of the game takes place in Luigi's dreams (where he is an amazing hero and able to do special things). Like previous games, the bros work together to do timed moves against enemies. There are also special Luigi moves that involve mini games like rolling up Luigis, to give the moves more power. There are also Luigi star constellations that you can use to make a hoard of Luigis, which you stack up to reach higher places. One other game feature I really enjoy is pulling on Luigi's mustache to launch Mario around the level. As the game just came out yesterday, I can't say how I found the ending, but I am really enjoying the game.
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41 of 46 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A TRUE MASTERPIECE August 12, 2013
By JaxonH
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Mario & Luigi: Dream Team is the best RPG on the 3DS, bar none. I was really excited about it beforehand, but after playing it I'm thoroughly impressed! I'm 29 years old, and enjoy games of all genres, so I've got quite a bit of experience with what's good and what's bad. And this game is GREAT! Just phenomenal.

For example, the battle system is deep and interesting, much improved from the mediocre gameplay found in Paper Mario: Sticker Star. The music is spectacular, and sometimes I'll actually just set the 3DS down to listen to it. The humor is outrageously funny by the way, and the game looks absolutely gorgeous on the 3DS. The 2D sprites are shaded to give the illusion of 3D character models, and they really shine!

I've read several 1-star reviews for this game on Amazon, and was disgusted by the attempts these Nintendo-hating trolls make to damage Nintendo's sales and reputation. Do not pay attention to the corporate loyalist fanboys who are attempting to tarnish Mario & Luigi: Dream Team's merit, simply because it's a Nintendo game. This game is a pure 10/10 if I've ever played one, and deserves to be listed among the ranks of 3DS legends Fire Emblem: Awakening, Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D and Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
If you've ever played a Mario & Luigi RPG, you'll feel right at home. The battle system hasn't changed much from the previous games, but that's not a bad thing. Attacking and defending requires good timing, which is something that is unique to the Mario RPG series. It feels very "Mario" in that sense. The Dream World is a pretty interesting twist, in that "Dreamy Luigi's" abilities and moves can get pretty bonkers! The game's presentation has definitely moved up a few notches thanks to the 3DS hardware. The previous games all had top-notch presentation for their respective systems, but Dream Team's game world is so lush and vibrant with detail, while the music is super catchy and higher fidelity.

Overall, if you're looking for some more Mario RPG goodness -or even if it's your first time getting into the series- this is an excellent game to get sucked into.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
By andre
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
i have followed the mario and luigi rpg series since Superstar Saga on the Game boy advance. i have enjoyed every installment. But, this game blew me away. it is a little slow at first, but what game isn't? it has a lot of dialogue, but that's great because you can draw the story out from the characters. the graphics of this game are absolutely beautiful. They are in 2D sprites and 3D sprites. It is very colorful. The 3D of this game is wonderful. Watching millions of luigis splattering all over your screen is funny, unique, and great to look at. I don't want to give away any parts of the story, but this game is easily the best in the series, not because its the newest in the series, but because of its creativeness and the fact that you play through the real world and the dream world. Luigi plays a huge part in this game, even more than mario. there is a reason why Nintendo said that 2013 is the year for Luigi. Also, I don't find myself bored or forcing myself to play this game, like I did with the other installments in the series at times. there is just something about this game that Alphadream and Nintendo did right. its perfect for the 3DS. The humor in this game is funny, cute, and at times hilarious. The only thing that may take a little time to learn is the battle system. its turn-based like the other mario and luigi games and the paper mario games. But, the best part of the battle system is that you can time your attacks to do more damage to your enemies. also, you can dodge incoming attacks from your enemies as well by timing and countering them instead of just standing there and getting hit like in almost all turn-based battle systems. the boss battles are challenging, but never truly frustrating. Read more ›
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