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Mario Party 4

by Nintendo
GameCube
Everyone
3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (182 customer reviews)

Price: $75.00
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  • Choose favorite Nintendo video game characters and compete in a series of contests to win the birthd
  • Take advantage of the Mini-Giant system - players can use items on the boards to grow larger or smal
  • Bump, whack and bang away in the newly introduced Tag Battle, which lets players pair up in two-man
  • Set a handicap that allows players of all ages and abilities to compete against each other.

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  • ASIN: B00006HBTW
  • Item Weight: 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 21, 2002
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (182 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,297 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

Product Description

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It’s a pretty bold claim but for many, Mario Party is the best multiplayer game series ever. No need for guns or complicated role-playing elements here--Mario Party is fun because it’s simple. The original N64 game created an entirely new subgenre--an unlikely combination of traditional board games and lots of ultrasimple arcade titles. The idea is that you travel around the board trying to collect stars, which must be paid for with coins, and you get coins by competing in minigames, which occur at the end of every round. These minigames generally don’t last longer than a minute or two, and many are based on old Game & Watch titles. There are over 50 minigames in Mario Party 4, and each involves either a free-for-all, two players against two, or one against three (depending where you land on the board at the end of your turn). These can involve anything from skydiving to basketball dunking, or car racing to hide-and-seek, to name a few.

Admittedly, this basic description of the gameplay might not sound too exciting, and indeed if you’re playing with less than three human opponents it can be pretty tedious. But play it with the full complement of non-virtual rivals and the game’s infinite capacity for cheating, backstabbing, and ganging up allows it to completely transcend the humdrum sum of its parts. There’s nothing terribly new in this third sequel except that the graphics are much improved and the minigames are all new, but that really misses the point: get this game out at Christmas instead of Trivial Pursuit and you’ll wonder how you ever got through the holiday without it. --David Jenkins, Amazon.co.uk

Product Description

Nintendo's favorite characters are back. Join in as they take on 50 new minigames on fully rendered 3-D game boards. When you win games, you get to purchase stars; collect enough stars and you win the coveted birthday present.

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60 of 69 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars mario party is back... more great multiplayer fun! October 18, 2002
Format:Video Game
Generally speaking, a good party consists of loud music, obnoxious people you don't really know, copious amounts of cheap vodka, and a few loose women. While Nintendo's Mario Party 4 doesn't rely on any of the above, it does provide a digital alternative to raging hangovers and vague memories of the previous night's activities. Although it's the fourth title in the series, it's the first Mario Party game on the GameCube, and it packs a decent four-player punch.
Mario Party 4 goes a little above and beyond its previous incarnations, and thanks to some skillful development from Hudson Soft, eight of your favorite Nintendo characters are ready to do battle through over 50 nutty mini-games in order to win a juicy prize. Lending itself to a very simple gameplay premise, Mario Party 4 is best enjoyed with four human players -- the idea is to be guy that collects the most hidden stars and gold coins at the end of a party. Each party is played over a selectable number of turns (from between ten and 50 -- ten turns takes around 30 minutes to play) on one of five themed game boards.
Some familiar faces are on hand to meet and greet the party-players. Toad, Shy Guy, Koopa, Boo, and Goomba all offer a game board with themes such as the "Seaside Soiree," the "Haunted Bash," and the "Jungle Jam." There are eight Nintendo-friendly guys and gals to choose from at the player select screen: Mario, Luigi, Peach, Yoshi, Wario, Donkey Kong, Daisy, and Waluigi. There are essentially two main modes of play in Mario Party 4.
Party mode is where the most fun occurs and involves between one to four human players getting jiggy on any of the game boards. Story mode is the single-player component of the game and pits you against three randomly selected CPU-controlled guys.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Simply The Best. June 22, 2006
By Etc.
Format:Video Game
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Ah, yes. Many years of playing Mario Party games, this one can only be dubbed Number 1 in the Mario Party series. I've played most of these games, let alone Mario Party 6 (Provided with the information from so many people that it sucks so much), and of all of them, THIS is the one to buy. We could go into detail on it, so I might. Mario Party, Mario party 2, and #5 are the only ones that may come close to this one. Trust me, 3 was really.......odd. 7 Is a great game, but let's face it folks, microphone games aren't everyone's thing. Now, Mario Party 4 has a few playable characters, but just in case you don't want that 'Ugly Gorilla', Donkey Kong, there might be something else for you. Then there is the 'Happenings (Question mark spaces, remember those?)' of the game. Building that little Koopa's cabana/resort is usually worth the money, he's cool. But what makes that thing a challenge is that if you land on a Question Mark space, bam. Gone.

Theres lots of great minigames in this particular Mario Party. If you're looking for fun, this game is for you.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Another 4-Player Funfest December 8, 2002
Format:Video Game
Well what did we expect from the latest Mario Party game. There are many other games that tried to imitate these series' successful achievement of delivering an accessible fun and simple 4 player game has failed and this latest addition effortlessly beats the rest of the competition. Well technically it doesn't look very good at all by today's standards and sounds quite annoying but those points are quite irrelevant because this game is simply about multiplayer mayhem. Alone this game is OK but is so much better when there is 2-4 of you playing. I recommend this to anyone looking for a good multiplayer game which doesn't require so much skill but which still provides great entertainment for any kind of gamer.
Graphics:6
Sound:5
Gameplay-1 PLayer:8
Multiplayer:10
Value:10
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars THE BEST GAME AROUND January 25, 2003
A Kid's Review
Format:Video Game
Mario Party 4 is the 4th in the series of Mario Party.Makes sense, doesn't it? But here's the lowdown on what you'll get if you buy it:
EXCELLENT GRAPHICS-they are so good you could just try and jump into the screen at first glance.
SUPERB MINI GAMES-Teamwork,concentration,and a sense of humor are required to play these games, which are focused on different themes (e.g.skiing,swimming,and even paragliding)
ACTION-if you are the fighting type, you probably won't like this game as it's focused on people who are the more action type. But it's still worth it with a quest for every prize in 1 player mode.There's something that I know that happens if you manage to complete the game...WITH EVERY CHARACTER!! Overall, this game deserves a 9.95/10.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A pretty good game, but what's new? December 14, 2002
Format:Video Game
Well, I don't own a GC, but I love and play it daily and at various friend's houses. Well, one of my friend's picked this up and played it with me. I was amazed by several things, but it did have a few problems:
1. Graphics: Fantastic! I can't beleive how good this game looks. The N64, my friends, was a good system, but its graphics were anything from good. It showed in the first 3 Mario's (on the N64). But finally, Mario is given some justice. This game looks awsome, and exploits what the N64 could only dream of! The characters, backgrounds, coins, levels, everything is so sharp. There is no framerate slow-down here (for those who don't know, where the game gets REALLY slow for a few seconds) and the worlds seem to feel and look HUGE compared to pasts. Firy volcanic explosions, water in the swim pool, the ball swishing through the nets, the characters breathing in and out. This game ROCKED in terms of graphics, and is my favorite among the Mario Parties just for that reason.
2. Gameplay: Good, as usual. All the games are extremely addictive, and there are many options to try. The classic square off between you and 3 other characters or 4 player gaming frenzy is where this game shines, keeping all the same rules, characters, and fun games from the past, and adding something new! Most games are extremely addictive, and are fun to play over and over and over... But mostly, this game is a multiplayer game. The single player gets a little old playing computer generated foes. I mean, sure, its fun for a few days. But the computer foes just never do anything new, or do really stupid things no human would ever do. You'll find yourself beating the computers every game, or getting your butt kicked the other way around. There's no real even competition against the computer.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great game, fast shipping
Super fast shipping, game was perfect as well as the manual and everything that came with it. Game plays perfectly as well, my kid loves it!
Published 13 days ago by Rob English
1.0 out of 5 stars hellokoopa more like "hellopoopa"
All I wanted to do was game hard on some Mario Party 4. Waves of nostalgia hit me as I turned on the Gamecube with Mario Party 4 inside. Read more
Published 15 days ago by Kayaky
5.0 out of 5 stars good buy
Great game with some of the best minigames. The game works great and i am happy with my order. i needed a few more words.
Published 1 month ago by Ryan Look
5.0 out of 5 stars Works perfectly
Has a couple MINOR scratches. But it works perfectly. It let me and the amazing girl I'm getting to know have an awesome time playing it ;)
Published 3 months ago by Noah
5.0 out of 5 stars Delivered Fast and Immaculate Disc Condition
I got the game a lot fast than i expected. Also when i looked at the disc i expected the usual with a used gamecube game with some scratches and such but i was pleasantly surprised... Read more
Published 4 months ago by Jonathan Rossi
5.0 out of 5 stars Spectacular
The game was in perfect shape, it came with the manual and everything, and it allowed me to relive my childhood.
Published 5 months ago by Tyler Ivester
5.0 out of 5 stars Can't stop playing
The family loves these games and can't stop playing. Great choice for family fun. We really love how it brings the family together to play.
Published 6 months ago by Mark
5.0 out of 5 stars let the party never end!!
With so many mario party games out its hard to tell them apart. This one stood out as being the first one on gamecube. Read more
Published 8 months ago by nate avila
4.0 out of 5 stars Good Party
Game is one of the best in the series, or at least the best on the gamecube. Boards are pretty terribly designed though.
Published 8 months ago by Jayson Bravo
5.0 out of 5 stars Works good
It works great! I absolutely love this game and I wouldnt trade it for anything. It works very well and it is a very enjoyable game.
Published 9 months ago by Trezur J. Moore
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