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    Rayman: Raving Rabbids vs Mario Party vs Wario Ware

    Hi everyone.

    Are these all pretty much the same things?
    If they are not, what is the difference?
    If they are, which one would you recommend me getting,
    Rayman Raving Rabbids, Mario Party 8 or WarioWare Smooth Moves.

    Thanks

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    There all pretty much just a mix of mini games, um check yutube or hire them out to see wich ones have the minigames u prefer... Personaly i like mario party but thats just a preference...

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    Wario For Quick Party games and lots of laughs
    Mario for competitious party game which takes a while but is so very fun
    Rayman for any other needs. Rayman is not much of a party game.

    Edit: Oh, i reccommend Wario if you play on playing with freinds, or if you plan to play with...noone else/ other people occasionally, Mario party.

    Or get them all like me. HAHA! Oh, yes, thats quite sad.
    Warning: Adult Themes
    Spoiler Alert!

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    Well, I haven't played MP8 or WW, but just on the videos alone I'd say Wario is the must-have game for Wii parties. It looks hilarious.

    It's too bad that there doesn't seem to be any way in Rayman to just randomly shuffle the mini-games and play them in a row, although perhaps this is an ability that is unlocked once you finish the story mode. Be nice to have it from the get-go though, as it would make a pretty good party game too.
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    Stick to Wii Sports for friends and family, 5 of us yesterday spent like all day playing it.

    Waiting for Wii Sports 2!

    Trading my Wii again! Come on home 360!
    Games: Metroid Prime 3, Super Paper Mario, Ghost Squad, Link's Crossbow Training + Wii Zapper, Geometry Wars, Battalion Wars 2


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    Can someone explain Mario Party and WarioWare more deeply?

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    Mario Party is basicaly 4 characters competing at the same time - the combination of humans and computer players doesn't matter

    In sum:
    You roll a dice to make your charecter move around the course (like monopally) and depending on what you land on you will either gain coins, loose coins, or get something special such as a mini-game/change the course a bit/steel from players

    The main purpose of moving around is to get stars which are the main objects - stars determine winners but you need coins to buy them

    After everyone rolls and does a task, shall they get one, they all compete together in one big mini-game (big variety of games) the winners will gain coins and the losers will either get nothing or loose coins


    It's a competitive party games that can last from 20 minutes to 2 hours (depending on the number of terms, what map, what games, ect...)

    Mario Party's are competitive party games but it's friendly fun and most people enjoy it.




    I've yet to play the other games only because they don't seem like my style at all but they don't seem like they can stand up to Mario Party
    Last edited by StevenNevets; 12-18-2006 at 03:00 PM.


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    I definately like the look of Mario Party.
    I forgot to mention that it will only be played by maximum of 2 players. Does that mean the rest of the 4 players are AI or just not there?

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    I edited my post to a clearer explanation.


    Mario Party is also good for 2 players sense there will still be 2 computers who you will either be competing against and at times, with.


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