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Mario Party 2

Platform : Nintendo 64
Rated: Everyone
128 customer reviews

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  • Perfect party game (up to 4 players can play simultaneously
  • High replay value
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BOX ONLY! NO GAME. Box is in good shape with solid clean edges and very little corner wear. There is a small rip on crese of right flap, about an inch long across edge of flap.

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Every good game deserves a sequel, and the addictive, quirky Mario Party 2 certainly fills the bill. This multiplayer party title combines the gameplay of a traditional dice-based board game with several brief action-game segments, including updated versions of 20 of the best offerings from the original Mario Party. There are also 44 entirely new mini-game challenges that pit players against each other as they compete to collect the most stars.

Owners of the original Mario Party will be comfortable with this game from the get-go. Each player rolls a virtual die to advance through various board games, including pirate land, western land, space land, mystery land, and horror land. Several hidden adventure boards can be unlocked as players advance through the game. Each player aims to gain the most stars and become a superstar at the end of the game. Various mini-game challenges and booby traps await gamers as they land on some strategically placed spaces on the board.

While Mario Party 2 can be played as a single-player game (against three computer opponents), this title really shines in social situations. This is the perfect game to pull out at parties--assuming you have a few extra controllers in the house. --Brett Atwood

Pros:

  • Perfect party game (up to 4 players can play simultaneously)
  • High replay value
Cons:
  • Solo play suffers
  • Multiplayer games can take a long time to complete

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Product Details

  • ASIN: B000046Q7Q
  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 5.2 x 1.1 inches ; 2.9 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: 2000
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (128 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,066 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 1, 2000
Format: Video Game
Far superior to mario party 1. I think my wife and I enjoy playing more than my 6 and 11 year old. Unlike the first Mario party you aren't penalized any coins for losing mini games, which makes it less dissapointing for the kids. The new boards are original and fun to play (with the exception of mystery land which is like running around in circles). Buying the special items adds an entirely new dimension to the game and allows players to really use strategy to win. I also appreciate that no mini games require spinning the joystick. No more unsightly hand indentations
By far the best Nintendo game to date.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 29, 2000
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I highly enjoyed Mario Party 2. The minigames are addictive, the boards are interesting, and the minigames you dislike don't turn up a lot. There are also items you can buy, which can help or hinder. There are battle minigames, where you have to put a certain number of coins in a pot, and whoever wins gets those coins, and item minigames, where you can win items. The only bad point is the one player game. It gets boring after a while. I would recommend this game to anyone.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 25, 2000
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I love nintendo and the great games such as Zelda, Madden 2000, WWF Attitide, etc., but my wife hates those games. So we got this game. She loves it because it is not hard and you don't have to memorize some complicated button combination to be good. As a result, this game lets us spend time together and have fun. I agree that this game is not by itself all that great, but the fact that I can enjoy the game with my family makes it a top choice for me.
My son, who is 4, also can play as well and again its a game that the whole family can play together.
In this day and age of advanced games that are often one player and have incredibly complicated button combinations moves, etc, this game brings back the simplicity and excitement that many of us felt when we first played Ataria in the 80s.
If you have young kids ( age 5- 12) and you want to play games with them, this game is a good choice.
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22 of 27 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 3, 2000
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I have played both Mario Parties ad infinitum with my son and his friends. This game is a real improvement because it does not penalize and has real challenge and variety. My son says: I love the game because you do not lose coins in mini games and no twirling the joy stick in mini games. Many better boards and mini games and the new mini games are awesome. I like items that help you on the board(my favorite item is the Dueling glove).
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 29, 2000
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I have an 11 year old and a 9 year old. We have been enjoying this game for the past week. I can't get my kids away from it. More fun than Mario Party- more mini-games, new lands, new fun! I recommend it for the whole family!
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 1, 2000
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When the first MP came out it really looked corny, but because I rent alot of video games I decided to give it a shot. From the first moment, I was hooked. When MP2 came out, I rushed to buy it. It is definetly the best party game out. I have had hours of enjoyment already. The rule that sequels are not as good as the first does not apply here. Now if they could only follow up Goldeneye with as good an effort!
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 21, 2000
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Got this game for a friend who thoroughly enjoyed Mario Party. The mini-games are definitely fun with more than one player but it can be rather long even on the shortest setting (20 rounds). We did manage to go through all of the "lands" and had fun in each of them (we had our favorites) and being able to "purchase" mini games so that we can go and play the one's we enjoyed the most was entertaining. This game may be a great way for 2-4 kid's to gather and play together. Some games do require a lot of button mashing while other's take a bit more concentration so its a nice mix of games. I can see where it may become boring which is why its recommended to get several friends together to play. Overall, its a fun way to pass some time - for many, it will pass a lot of time!
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A fellow gamer on August 13, 2000
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Mario Party 2 has one of the best concepts I've seen for a video game. A board game\theme park format with all kinds of different items, mini-games, and has an excellent replay value. You'll travel through five different worlds, mystery land, horror land, pirate land, western land, space land, and(after you beat all five worlds)Bowser land! Yes, the evil bowser has got himself a theme park. The mini-games in MP2 are definintley worth playing over and over again in mini-game land, where you can buy mini-games with the money you earn from your adventures. However some mini-games, and I'm not exaggerating, are a frivolous waste of time. Like the crane game, where one player is suspended from a crane and must pick up his\her opponents from the ground and drop them into a pipe. The three on the ground can sqirm and fidget pointlessly as their only means of defense, but it never, never, never works! But enough negativity. There are some really great games in this too. My personal favorites are Hexagon Heat and Sneak N' Snore, which involves good old fashioned timing. However, single player does suffer slightly, which is why I gave this game four stars. With every roll of the dice you'll either be agonized by the loss of your beloved coins, or you'll be jumping for joy with the purchase of a star. So, if you like games of chance coupled with strategy, you'll get more than your money's worth MP2.
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