's last handheld outing did not end well
. In fact, Mario Party Advance
was an absolutely witless
selection of dour, unimaginative minigames, the vast majority of which were way too simplistic/based on luck to be worth our time. Yes, muggins here had to review it; did you sense any bitterness?
, we maintain a degree of optimism for the arrival of Mario Party DS
in just over ten days. For starters, we're looking forward to seeing how the DS's touchscreen tech is implemented, while the media you can see in this post and elsewhere
shows potential. That, and the game has the bestest boxart EVAR
[Via Games Press