Mario Party

Super Mario Party – How Super IS This Party?

Fair warning, folks, this will be a review from the point of view of someone who prefers the N64 games above all else. If you listen to Infendo Radio, it should come as no surprise that I’ve been wanting a return to basics for the Mario Party series for the better part of 10 years now. Over time, the series became something of a mess, with a number of gimmicks changing the core gameplay and ...

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate & Many More Switch Games Playable At PAX West

Nintendo just announced that Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Pokemon: Let's Go Pikachu, Diablo III and more will be playable at PAX West.

No Online Play for Mario Party: Island Tour

    Mario Party: Island Tour will not feature online multiplayer, according to a Nintendo representative at a recent demo event.  The game, however, can be played using one card in Download Play. Island Tour is Mario Party’s début on 3DS. The title marks the series’ third portable entry, preceded by Mario Party Advance and Mario Party DS.   Mushroom Kingdom’s beach part...

Mario Party 9 Site Updated

On March 11th, the 9th installment of the Mario Party series will debut to the public.  With a whopping 80 mini games, a co op and competitive play for up to four players, and the new boss battles, it is sure to keep you busy!  Sure there were just as many mini games in the other Mario party’s, but the way these mini games look seems like they will be outstanding.  Of course, I have not play...

New Get Game? Only on the Shop Channel, apparently

Looks like there aren’t any new physical media games coming out so close to Christmas, but over on the downloadable side of things it’s a different story. Frobot is now available for WiiWare and there’s even a free demo. It’s a fun little game that sort of reminds me of Robotron 2084. And if the recent Wii Party didn’t float your boat, the N64 classic Mario Party 2 is...

Good game alert: Disney Guilty Party

Recently featured on the new and improved Infendo Radio, the fam and I have been playing Disney Guilty Party, which is basically Mario Party + Clue, the board game. Throw in high quality production values, and the $40 party game is something I’m betting most families would enjoy.