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    Feb 23rd, 2007 at 00:21:10     -    Mario Party (N64)

    After playing the game for a good 30 minutes I notice another objective in the game. The objective to gather coins, as well, for they are necessary for buying essential items such as stars and determine the game winner in the event of a tie. Coins are earned from landing on blue spaces, from passing the start point, and from winning mini games. They are lost from landing on red spaces, from passing Bowser and from losing mini games. They can also be stolen from other players who pay Boo to take coins from you.

    I have also found the game having a great selection of mini games to play in, which made the game less boring for the players allowing a longer gaming excitement.

    There are still many other flaws in the game to talk about, but overall I had a great experience playing the game, and people who likes to play party games to play this!

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    Feb 23rd, 2007 at 00:15:44     -    Mario Party (N64)

    It has been a couple years since the last time I played Mario Party so when I went to play the game again it was still new to me. I played with a couple of friends of mine who owned the game, for mario party is supposely a great multiplayer game.

    From playing the game for a little while learning the bases of the game, it seemed the gameplay takes the form of a traditional board game, with players taking turns to roll the die (dubbed a "diceblock") and move ahead the number of spaces shown. There are many different types of spaces players can land on, each producing a different effect. The primary objective of the game is to collect more stars than any other player. The winner of the game is the player with the most stars after all the turns have been completed.

    So far the game has been fun with the great choice of character selection, especaily when playing with a group of friends making the game have a more competitive play.

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    Feb 9th, 2007 at 02:10:25     -    Marvel Ultimate Alliance (Wii)

    After playing for a couple hours, we got into the more deeper experience of the game. Our characters where now in the mid level range (18). We now had more character skills, and character stats improvements, which gave the game a wider view of the character game play.

    The challenges of the game didn't really change much, although the game didn't lose to much of its interest because of the interaction you make during the game with your teamates.

    I didn't really pay to much attention to the story of the game because we constantly skipped most of the cut scenes of the game, However I did spend more time paying attention to the game play. At first the game play didn't have to much to offer, but later on the game there are a lot more changes in the game play because of the character leveling, which was what made Marvel Ultimate Alliance a fun game to play.

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    Feb 9th, 2007 at 01:54:56     -    Marvel Ultimate Alliance (Wii)

    Marvel Ultimate Aliance has been one of the very few action role-playing game I have played.

    I started out playing with two other friends of mine. The game begins with a quick in game action with a limited character selection of 4. The character we chose where Captain America, Thorn, and Wolvering.

    The gameplay of game was very unique, because of the game being a action role-playing it had a 2D game view mixed with 3D visuals. The action experience of the game was very simple, fighting off the enemies and then a Boss when you reach a end point. The game also consisted of a character leveling sequence because of the rpg experience which I found made the game even more funner for the player to develop there own character as they wish.

    After clearing the first level you were allowed to have the choice to change characters, which had a wide variety from the Marvel series.
    My friends and I chose to make a balance team consisting of a range character (Iron man), Tank (Thing), and a melee damage dealer (Wolverine). Being able to pick your type of team setup gave a good strategic experience of the game.

    So far I have found the game very interactive with your teamates, and also fun to play.

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