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Mario Party 2 (N64)
Name: Mario Party 2 (N64)
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  • Description

    Mario's throwing another party! Grab up to four of your friends to compete in exciting interactive board games with Mario Party 2 for Nintendo 64. Mario and all of his famous friends have returned for a party full of surprises. Mario Party 2 features six all-new multi- player Adventure Boards, a special Quest Mode for players who prefer to party alone, and over 64 action-packed games!



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    Being the best multiplayer game on N64, this is a party you shouldn't miss.
    by mario 21 May 2007

    The Nintendo 64 has had a lack of certain games, but one genre that has done well is the multiplayer games. The original Mario Party, Super Smash Brothers, Wrestlemania 2000, and Goldeneye 007 have all been great muliplayer games. But in my opinion Mario party 2 is the best multiplayer game on the Nintendo 64 out there. Now before you start flaming me, let me tell you why. Your first complaint may be that Mario party 2 is too much like the original to be considered a true sequel. Well in truth, the game has a lot of added features and bonuses to be considered a true sequel. The game may seem a little too compliacated when you start playing, but you soon get into it. Its a good one player game, but like most Nintendo 64 games the muliplayer mode is a lot better. The Nintendo 64 took advantage of one of its advantages over Playstation, the muliplayer support.


    Features 
    Try six all-new Adventure Boards.  Up to four players can try at one time. Special Quest Mode for single players.  Addictive gameplay. 

    Like the original Mario Party, this star-studded sequel allows up to four players to compete in exciting interactive board games packed with surprises. 

    Mario Party 2 will feature six all-new multiplayer Adventure Boards, and a special Quest Mode for players who prefer to party alone. 

    Here are plenty of new mini-games to master, as well as encore appearances from the best mini-games from the first Mario Party. 

    Mario Party 2 expands on the great visual style that was established in the original game. Each Adventure Board features a unique theme, and the characters dress differently depending on where they are playing. 

    Nothing delivers more replay value than great multiplayer gaming, and Mario Party 2 is being developed specifically for that purpose. The first Party Pak was a hoot, and we can't wait to see what kind of party favors Mario will have up his sleeve this time around.