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Super Mario Party is like comfort food on a cold rainy Friday.
This intentionally slow, character development-centered, and fluid piece of art is worthy of admiration.
I found it to be frustrating bordering on the maddening, inaccessible, and unenjoyable.
It's not a masterpiece by any means but it's a firm step in the right direction for Mario sports games.
The reality is not many games are going to capture that nostalgic magic like Shovel Knight did, and this is a decent if unexceptional attempt at doing so.
This would have been a step forward… had it launched a decade ago.
About as empty as a lost bottle found at sea.
It deserves to be in an art museum, where it would fare much better and receive more acclaim.
An incredible game; one you're unlikely to forget thanks to its heavy hitting tones and the absolute resolve of its protagonist who never gives in to the temptation of apathy and despair.