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Mario Party: The Top 100

Nintendo
Nov 10, 2017 - Nintendo 3DS
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59

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3%

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Destructoid
5 / 10
Areajugones
6.5 / 10
IGN Italy
6 / 10
IGN Spain
7.2 / 10
God is a Geek
4 / 10
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50 / 100
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6.5 / 10
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62 / 100
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'Mario Party: The Top 100' Official Game Trailer - Nintendo 3DS

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Mario Party: The Top 100 – Mario & Friends Trailer - Nintendo 3DS

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Critic Reviews for Mario Party: The Top 100

At the end of the day, it takes more than fun mini games to make a good Mario Party game. It's also about carefully crafting a meaningful game experience that allows you to screw over your friends in the most skilled, fair way possible (with a dash of luck, obvs). Hopefully Nintendo can keep the series alive and perfect the spirit of Mario Party for the Switch, but for now I think Mario Party games are officially dead for the 3DS.

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Mario Party: The Top 100 is a game that, even though it has 100 of the best minigames of the saga, it feels very short. Very uninspired game mode and very little content make this game uncapable to be on the same level as Nintendo has been this year. googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display('div-gpt-ad-ldb4'); });

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Mario Party: The Top 100 is a game made with great diligence. Its party game nature, however, fails to take off and express itself fully, especially if you've played a lot of the mini-games re-proposed. Although it's a sort of mecum vate of the Nintendo saga, the game is very derived and essential, slipping too soon into oblivion.

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Mario Party: The Top 100 is an awesome opportunity for new players to know the past of this series, even when the lack of the board game shows strong differences in playability.

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As is often the case with looking back on the past, Mario Party The Top 100 makes you remember that things were never really as good as you remember.

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Mario Party: The Top 100 is sadly mediocre. What should be a wonderful commemoration of the friendship-breaking party experience turns into a bland rehash of different minigames from the series. While this is still fun with friends, it's probably better to just grab an older Mario Party and dig in there.

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Even though the mini games were a blast, the other half is missing, and it's just not a party without them.

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Even if your friends don't have a copy of the game you can still invite them to play with you.

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