Mario and Luigi: Partners in Time (DS) Reviews
Description:Editor: Nintendo / Genre: Action / Release date: 2006-02-10 / If you thought their last adventure was insane? In this ... more
Mario and Luigi: Partners in Time (DS) ... sequel to Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga, the brothers travel back in time to retrieve Princess Peach, only to come face to face with baby versions of themselves, the princess and Bowser. Teaming up with their young selves will soon send Mario and Luigi on a quest of lunatic proportions as players must control both the adult AND baby versions of the Mushroom Kingdom heroes. Players use the top screen to study the land, keep track of the pair of brothers not under their control or maximize combo moves in battle. With twice the Mario brothers and twice the laughs, this massive sidesplitting adventure could only find a home on the dual screens of the Nintendo DS.
Newest Review: ... from the GBA game to this Nintendo DS version. The graphics are also very similar in terms of the cartoon style although I ... more
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Mario and Luigi: Partners in Time (Nintendo DS)
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Customer Mario and Luigi: Partners in Time (DS) Reviews (7)
by - written on 13/05/09 (Very useful, 8 readings)
Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time follows on from Nintendo games such as Paper Mario. It is an RPG with a twist, you play as both Mario and Luigi. The Princess has been kidnapped and you have to save her "again" from the evil clutches of Bowser & Baby Bowser. After Peach has been kidnapped you start your adventure. Both on level 1, easy to kill, not very powerful, and lacking in items and special moves. This soon changes though as you become engrossed in the game. When you are not in a level you get a map occupying the screens showing you where you can travel, there is a set route though that you have to take. On entering a level you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/08/08 (Very useful, 6 readings)
Mario, Luigi and Baby Mario and Baby Luigi join forces against a dangerous new evil known as the 'Shroobs' from another planet in this action RPG. Cute graphics and animation (even for Nintendo), fun gameplay and an dialouge that could make anyone laugh out loud make this a real charmer. The combat and RPG system are simple yet involving enough to make you care about character progression and ensure the strength of your party. Your success relies on your ability to use the special powers of each 'bro' to overcome different obstacles, terrain and enemies and progress through the storyline. The game has many secrets and special ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/10/06 (Very useful, 232 readings)
Mario and Luigi: Partners in Time is Nintendo’s attempt to bring the Role Playing Game to the Nintendo DS masses. This is “RPG-lite” meaning that by utilising Nintendo’s mascots, they are able to create an accessible game were ease of use is as important as the mechanics of gameplay. The plot to Mario and Luigi: Partners in Time is functional but hardly original. Princess Peach as been captured by a “Shroom” alien invasion. It is up to the two plumber brothers to rescue the Princess, battle the Shrooms and as a result, saving the Mushroom Kingdom. Nothing unique there. Indeed, the Princess has managed to get herself captured in every Mario game since the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/03/09 (Very useful, 26 readings)
Mario and Luigi: Parteners in Time is a great game that took me ages to complete, you play as Baby Mario, Baby Luigi and their older selfs Mario and Luigi to save Princess Peach... yet again I know, who has been captured by aliens in a really fun and far fetched story where you battle aliens invading earth to save the day, (Bowser must have had a day off, though he does make an apperance in the game :P). The brothers must travel back in time to catch the aliens in action, hense how they meet their younger selfs. This is generally an RPG (role play game) where you gain points and levels to make your health, damage and power points increase as you play the game ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/08/09 (Useful, 10 readings)
Written 31st August 2006: Mario And Luigi: Partners In Time Review: Introduction: If you have never played Mario and Luigi- Superstar Saga, then you really missed out on a gaming Gem. It was arguably one of the best Gameboy Advance games around. And this is its sequel, also one of the arguably best games for DS, but has it lost its spark in translation? Graphics: The graphics on the original were colourful and pretty, and here, they are mostly the same, save for a few differences. However, most of the game is a different tone from the original, so while at times it seems inappropiate, it gets the job done, and looks damn good ... Read the complete review
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