4 years ago
So, I didn't think too much of this game when I first heard of it. I just thought it was just another clone of Mario Party that would not be very good. Well, my brother decided to rent it, and I was surprised how good it was.
The game is like a mix between Fortune Street(or Monopoly) and Mario Party. At first you go around the board claiming spots for yourself to becoming castles. If you land on someone else's castle you play a minigame to take it over. The one who owns it being the defender and landing on it the attacker. If the attacker wins, or beat the defender in place he takes the castle. If the defender wins, or beat the attacker in place they keep the castle plus, take cookies(points of this game) from attacker depending on castles level. If another player wins they get a Power Cookie(or Power Pellet), which will help them in the minigames.
The minigames are a lot like Mario Party minigames. There waggle minigames and platforming, among a lot more. I found most of the minigames a lot of fun, plus you play them a lot and they decide big outcomes for the game. Also, there is one boss minigame per board, which is a lot like Mario Party 9.
To move around the board you play these random short games, from slots, to darts, to ball dropping between moving pegs. There also spaces that decide a random event, but they aren't powerful enough to change the course of game, there just either inconvenience for you or the opponent or a little helpful for you. Every time you pass cookie factory(start space) you earn free cookies plus, free cookies for every castles you own. To win, you need to get the set amount of cookies you picked in the beginning of the game and pas the cookie factory.
I found this game to be very fun and take a lot more skill than Mario Party and Fortune Street. Plus, you play a lot more minigames on the board than Mario Party 9. Overall my first impressions of the game are pretty high up there. :D
4 years ago
Everyone probably has something they want from E3. Well, here is my list
-Pokemon Snap for the Wii U is my most wanted game, so I want to see to see that announce, badly.
-Paper Mario trailer and playable there and announce for fall.
-Luigi's Mansion trailer and playable there and announce for late summer. Bundle with the green 3DS.
-Kirby 25th anniversary with Kirby Air Ride in it.
-No new Kirby game that way HAL can work on Pokemon Snap for the Wii U.
-Insert obvious Mario game here.
-Donkey Kong 3D platformer would be awesome, but not suspected.
-Star Fox by Retro for all the wanters.
-A third party Wii U game I would really want.
-Wii Motion Plus when Wii Remote is used in all games.
-Another Starfy game shown.
-Rare working on a game with Banjo-Kazooie.
-More fun Kinect games.
-I don't have a PS3 or PSV, so I guess nothing.
-Another Rayman Legends trailer and playable on show floor
-Rabbids for Wii U shown.
-More characters shown for Sonic & All-Star Racing Transformed and playable there, plus announced for WiI U with a Nintendo character.
-A Sonic game with more playable characters than Sonic.
-New 5th Cell game shown for 3DS.
-The return of Bomberman.
And that is it.
4 years ago
- A Bug's Life
- Beetle Adventure Racing
- Bomberman Hero
- Bust-A-Move 2
- Chameleon Twist
- Chameleon Twist 2
- Cruisin' USA
- Diddy Kong Racing
- Donkey Kong 64
- Dr. Mario 64
- Goemon's Great Adventure
- Hey You, Pikachu!
- Iggy's Reckin' Balls
- Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards
- The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
- The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
- Magical Tetris Challenge
- Mario Golf
- Mario Tennis
- Mario Kart 64
- Mario Party
- Mario Party 2
- Mario Party 3
- Mischief Makers
- Mystical Ninja starring Goemon
- Paper Mario
- Pokemon Puzzle League
- Pokemon Snap
- Pokemon Stadium
- Pokemon Stadium 2
- The Powerpuff Girls: Chemical X-Traction
- Rampage World Tour
- Rat Attack
- Rocket: Robot on Wheels
- Rugrats: Scavenger Hunt
- Rugrats in Paris: The Movie
- Super Mario 64
- Super Smash Bros.
- Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2
- Toy Story 2: Buzz Liteyear to the Rescue
- Wheel of Fortune
- Yoshi's Story
Game Boy Color
- Dragon Warrior Monsters 2: Cobi's Journey
- Kirby Tilt n' Tumble
- Pokemon Red
- Pokemon Yellow
- Pokemon Gold
- Pokemon Silver
- Pokemon Crystal
- Pokemon Puzzle Challenge
- Pokemon Trading Card Game
- Super Mario Bros. Deluxe
- Yu-Gi-Oh! Dark Duel Stories
Game Boy Advance
- Bomberman Max 2: Blue Advance
- Classic NES Series: Bomberman
- Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku
- Final Fantasy Tactics Advance
- Kirby and the Amazing Mirror
- Nicktoons Racing
- Pokemon Ruby
- Pokemon FireRed
- Pokemon Emerald
- Pokemon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire
- WarioWare: Twisted!
- Yu-Gi-Oh! Dungeon Dice Monsters
- Animal Crossing
- Bomberman Generation
- Bomberman Jetters
- Donkey Konga
- Donkey Konga 2
- Dragon Ball Z: Budokai
- Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 2
- Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles
- Kirby Air Ride
- The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventure
- The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker
- Luigi's Mansion
- Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour
- Mario Kart: Double Dash
- Mario Party 4
- Mario Party 5
- Mario Party 6
- Mario Party 7
- Mario Power Tennis
- Mario Superstar Baseball
- Mystic Heroes
- Naruto: Clash of Ninja 2
- One Piece: Grand Battle
- One Piece: Grand Adventure
- Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
- Phantasy Star Online Episode I & II
- Pikmin 2
- Pokemon Channel
- Pokemon Colosseum
- Pokemon XD: Gale of Darknees
- Rayman Arena
- Shadow the Hedgehog
- Sonic Adventure 2 Battle
- Sonic Adventure DX Director's Cut
- Sonic Mega Collection
- Sonic Gems Collection
- Sonic Heroes
- SoulCalibur II
- Star Fox Adventures
- Super Mario Sunshine
- Super Monkey Ball
- Super Monkey Ball 2
- Super Monkey Ball Adventure
- Super Smash Bros. Melee
- Wario World
- WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Party Game$!
- Zatch Bell! Mamodo Battles
4 years ago
Why don't we get straight to the list. :D But, before that one thing, this list is all my opinion based on what I like and want to play at E3.
10. Rabbids Land
Bwaaaaaaaaaaah! This game looks fun, from what I read it looks like a Mario Party experience with a minigame/board game. It looks like a fun game, hopefully it better then the last two.
9. Batman Arkham City: Armored Edition
The old/new Batman game looks pretty good, and the controls look to be very fun.
8. Assassin's Creed 3
I've never played an Assassin's Creed game before, but this setting really has got me intrigued, in a game I would normally not be interested in. I really want to explore this world and play what it gives to me. It looks amazing.
7. Sonic & All-Stars Racing: Transformed
I liked the first game and this looks and sounds to be more fun. I can't wait to see more tracks and characters. But, why did they decide to put a girl NASCAR racer I'll never understand.
6. Project P-100
Here's a game I was not expecting to be at the show, civilian collecting, beat giant enemy up game, plus it looks amazing fun to play. Why didn't Nintendo show this at their E3 conference? D:
5. Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon
Woot! Another Luigi's Mansion game, which was a great surprise last year. This game looks to be just as fun as the last one, and I can't wait to play it.
4. Rayman Legends
This game looks totally awesome, and plus the first game was fun, so I'm excited for this.
3. Paper Mario: Sticker Star
Yay, another Paper Mario turn-based! The sticker idea is interesting. Hopefully they keep partners like the earlier images and videos and earlier games. But, I can't wait because this looks fun and different.
2. Pikmin 3
The game looks so beautiful. It is a great looking return, I'm actually glad they skipped a generation. It looks like it play closer to Pikmin then Pikmin 2 which is good for me because I enjoyed the original better and though I couldn't tell you why.
1. Scribblenauts Unlimited
Scribblenauts was an amazing idea where you could write a lot of things in it would appear in the game, and you use them to solve puzzles, the game wasn't that great, but it was fun. Then, in Super Scribblenauts they improve on the formula with adjective, plus you could now move Maxwell with the control pad, this game was really fun, but a little on the short side. Now, in Scribblenauts they added probably the best idea yet, a creation mode, which you can create up to 200 items with words. That is amazing and I can't wait to create stuff it this totally awesome game. Plus, there is a story which I care about less. (PS: The creation mode only in the Wii U version.)
Well, Nintendo has disappointed me this year, but they still had great games. Plus, Ubisoft made me really happy with their games. Even Watch Dogs looked good even if it not really my type of game. I love the third party support for the Wii U, though.
I like Smash Bros., Pokemon, Kirby, Mario, and Donkey Kong games.
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