Mario Party 7 + Gamecube Mic

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"Fun if your not alone"
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Mario Party 7 is my favorite party game but don't buy it if you don't have a second controller, single player mode can be very boring. Mario Party 7 has a good variety of mini games, lots of them have fun platforming gameplay like Apes Of Wrath and Fun Run, and in other minigames you may be in a car, or you may be riding a robotic bee, lots and lots of the minigames are fun. The gamecube mic however is a bit of a pain because you need to use an american voice, but a good thing is that you can turn the mic feature off.

This game can be very fun and is worth a look at


The entire Mario gang is back for the seventh installment of the incredibly popular Mario Party® franchise.

Players everywhere will set their controllers to fun as they run, jump, swim and fly through more than 80 new mini-games. But this party's about to get a lot bigger...because EIGHT people will now be able to battle each other at one time.

The microphone peripheral from Mario Party® 6 also makes a grand return – and with the new Mic Grand Prix mode, there will be plenty of voice-over madness for everyone.

The addition of two new playable characters, Dry Bones and Birdo, will ensure that even seasoned Mario Party vets can experience a new world of wackiness.

Explore the world with six brand-new game boards. As Mario™ and friends embark on an around-the-world cruise, each board serves as an exotic port of call: Grand Canal, Pagoda Peak, Pyramid Park, Neon Heights, Windmillville and Bowser's Enchanted Inferno. Each one should be a lovely vacation spot...but Bowser has other plans.

Up to eight players can participate in the action – four more than the previous Mario Party titles. In a four-player game, each participant will have his or her own controller. In an eight-player match, participants will share a controller.

Mario Party 7 will feature 86 new minigames, 11 of which use the Nintendo GameCube Mic. From leaping over electrified hurdles to avoiding a mole with a giant hammer, each game is a party in itself. The addition of two new playable characters, Birdo and Dry Bones, adds to the fun.

Release date NZ
June 9th, 2006
Game Platform
  • GameCube
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