Over recent weeks we have started discovering a new love for the Nintendo Wii U, although this is another story in another post for a whole other time I was excited to be asked to have our own celebration with the launch of the new Nintendo Mario Party 10.
Nintendo Mario Party 10 is a game based on rolling the dice and travelling round the board. You can compete against each other (with the use of additional controllers)
With 70 mini games along the way there is lots of fun and competition to be had! And don’t forget that with a compatible amiibo you can extra levels to the game play too! … Thankfully we had the our new amiibo ready to play and mix it up with extra levels!
Mario Party 10 has a PEGI rating of 7 and I think thats certainly right. Although Joshua who is 4 in a few weeks did have a little go every now and again, however when Bowser raised his voice Joshua did flinch … but when we laughed he soon got the gist it was funny and not scary. So the PEGI rating is worth baring in mind if you have little tots, and specially in the mini games.
Celebrating this is probably the first time we have played as a family and we have totally loved it! … Although we have only played one player and passed round the gamepad as we don’t yet own any extra remotes .. So that is on our list of things to do next so we can all compete again each other instead.
We loved this game and just when we thought we knew what was on offer we discovered Toad’s Room .. Which offered even more by cashing in the Mario Party Points we had collected by playing the game for additional vehicles and even music. There were even games too like Badminton Bash, Photo Studio and Jewel drop to name just a few!
Playing this game really could mean that no two days are the same with so much on offer.
Disclaimer: We were sent a download code for the purposes of review, All Opinions in this review were independently formed by members of The Oliver’s Madhouse.