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by fawfulthegreat64 Dream Team OWNS Sticker Star!
From videos alone, I already see that this game is an instabuy. I have it pre-ordered, but might snap and buy it at GameStop before my copy even arrives, that's how good it is. Paper Mario: Sticker Star was a HUGE disappointment, with it just being a NSMB rehash with no new enemies or characters. Dream Team has a new villain, Antasma the bat king, and he so far looks like an epic bad guy. The Pi'illos are your allies, and their prince, Dreambert, accompanies you on your adventure. The dream segments are quite similar to the Inside Bowser segments from the previous game, Bowser's Inside Story. Many other elements from this game return, such as the badge system and giant battles. Returning characters from the previous games appear as well, such as Broque Monsieur, Kylie Koopa, and the Beanish folk, most notably Popple, the memorable shadow thief from the first installment, Superstar Saga. Dream Team does suffer from a distinct lack of Fawful, a recurring character from the previous games, but I'm fine with this as long as he isn't forgotten (and hopefully appears in Mario Kart 8.) Other than this, Dream Team is a worthy addition to the great lineup of Mario RPG's, fitting well into the Mario & Luigi series as well as the entire family of RPGs including Super Mario RPG and the Paper Mario series. It definitely does the opposite of what Sticker Star did, and that is live up to the series' legacy. I can't wait to get my hands on this piece of treasure, and I heavily recommend it to any Mario RPG fan or a newbie to the series, you'll love it, I promise. Mario & Luigi: Dream Team gets a 9.5/10 from me!
Rated 10 out of 10 by BFT101 This is amazing not on graphics but on mechanics.
The game is great, but I'm not pointing to just the graphics. I'm talking about battle mechanics too
Rated 10 out of 10 by Kyo1990mii Awesome
I like this game some much it looks like water colors and it was fun. I like it was called my name and talking to me at the same time but I wish I could play with my friends too.
Rated 9 out of 10 by RayOfSunshine This game is great.
I honestly did not expect much of this game. It came pre-installed on my Mario & Luigi themed 3DS, and it was a nice addition, but not the specific reason I got that system. I love the Mario Bros games, they're a classic, but in recent years they all seemed repetitive to me, so I didn't really think I would love this game. Boy oh boy, was I wrong. I started playing the game as soon as I got my DS because it was already on it, but soon enough I was hooked. The graphics of the game are so amazing, sharp and colorful and just fun to look at. The story line is great and keeps developing, and the game-play is fun, the characters develop as you go, and as you collect pieces the characters learn more moves. I also like that Luigi has a more substantial role in this game. The only thing I disliked about the game is the long tutorials/explains, lots of talking. But aside from that, this game is just awesome, I would definitely recommend it!
Rated 0 out of 10 by NintendoHistory The game of my Dreams
Mario & Luigi: Dream Team looks to be excellent. The unexpected sequel in the franchise will be the first on the 3ds, and it looks great. If your thinking that this is just another RPG, well your wrong. The battles will be much more interesting. In the battles you can have Mario ride a giant ball of Luigi's to crush the enemies. Also (spoiler alert) in one of the boss battles, Luigi will turn giant to counteract a giant boss. In this battle you'll have the 3ds sideways. During the game you'll have to manipulate Luigi while he is sleeping in order to change the environment to help Mario. Don't forget, this is Luigi's dream of course so anything can happen. And that's exactly why this is going to be a very unique RPG. Trust me, if you have a 3ds than this is a day one purchase. If you don't have a 3ds yet, than this might be the perfect reason to get one. Especially since Nintendo might be bringing over the Luigi themed 3ds xl.
Rated 7 out of 10 by Spicer A Pretty Good Game!
One of my favorite aspects of the game are its gorgeous graphics. I just can't keep my eyes off of the stunning scenery, and the soundtrack is pretty and dreamy. Actually, I think this game captures the dreamy vibe perfectly! Especially with the Luiginary methods you get to use later on.Though, I HAVE noticed that it isn't quite as challenging as, for example, Bowser's Inside Story. The puzzles aren't as clever, and the storyline is pretty straightforward. However, the battles are VERY tricky. You really have to pay attention to the enemies' attacks or you'll get beaten to a pulp. Plus, the item restorers are more expensive. I personally think this builds a better strategy when it comes to battling. Overall, I'd say this game is simpler than the other games in the series, yet a whole new concept! Honestly, Nintendo never fails to impress me.
Rated 0 out of 10 by Gregadon Better then inside story
This is going to be better then bowser's inside story. The last few games in the series have been stellar but this is going to be much better and here is why. It is in a dream so anything could happen. The dream world opens up a whole new opportunity for crazy and funny scenarios. The next thing is the battle system. We already know about bro attacks but this will be different because of one thing the Luiginary system. These attacks are only used in the dream world and are crazy cool. The last thing are the giant battles. We had very little giant battles in inside story but bye the looks of it the giant battles will be used more and this is awesome. in the trailers and the demos where they were shown they were already better then the ones in inside story. This will be one of the 3ds's best games
Rated 0 out of 10 by rockstar321 Mario and luigi team up again.
Mario and luigi dream team is another mario rpg game, and it looks like one of the best Mario rpg games ever. so Mario is in Luigi's dreams, and you pull his mustache to make things happen in the dream world, like mario rolling on a ball made out of thousands of little Luigis or stacking up a bunch of Luigis and walking on them. It is unknown if Fawful will return in this game, I hope he does, and I hope he says "I HAVE FURY" when he first shows up. so the hub world is a resort called Pi'illo Island, and it seems to be a dream land thing. But this looks like it will be very cool, and it will be a great return for the Mario and Luigi rpg series. some new abilities are shown such as Mario using Luigi as a drill to get through walls, and these things all look very cool, but the graphics look standard, from the trailer I saw, this game's graphics are a little better than the other Mario and Luigi rpg games on the DS, but that doesn't change anything, I don't think that the 3D will be used for gameplay as much as super Mario 3D land, either way, Mario and Luigi dream team looks like an amazing game and looks like one of the best 3DS games ever, when it comes out, you should be sure to pick it up. It looks really fun.
Rated 10 out of 10 by brianm12 Over 40 hours of Fun
This is a very fun game that will keep you on the 3DS for a while. At first when I was considering buying this I wasn't sure. But I am really glad that I bought this! It reminds me so much of how fun M&L:BIS was, and thankfully has characters returning from it. I agree, it does have a truck-load of tutorials in places where you ought'a just figure it out yourself, but overall, I would recommend this to anyone.
Rated 0 out of 10 by iLoveNintendoFlo Year of Luigi! :):):) Mario Brothers
This game will have great level designs and a wonderful meaningful story. I love the idea of going back a forth from the real world to Luigi's dreams and having thangs from the real world effect the dream world. The hub real world is like the hub for the game and is full 3D but the dream worlds look like 2D levels. This game looks more than fun it looks very creative i can't wait to play it this summer.