Mario & Luigi: Dream Team
A Great Game!!
A very good game, I just got the game and so far i am on my 3ds all day playing. I like the story and the gameplay mechanics are just lovely. I think that any gamer can enjoy but in my opinion kid gamers would have a better experience with this one. So overall Mario and Luigi: Dream Team is a must have for the Nintendo 3ds.
This game is amazing on so many levels. It is perfect in every aspect. The bosses, the graphics, the gameplay, everything is amazing. If you don't have this game, and have a 3DS and $40, stop reading this and GO BUY IT. NOW. This game is awesome, the end.
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.
Fun , awesome game
It's the greatest game I've played so far! I've never been so exited about a game since I was 10. I can't say what I like best about this game but what I can say is that I highly recommend buying this game ... that is if you like RPG games.
I love Mario Series mostly every game that has Mario in it is great and its fun this one is one of those if you are thinking of buying it Yes go buy it
Simply great. Except for the 10 hour long tutorials. The website just said my review was to short. O.K. Now its better.
I was bored, had cash and wanted something new. So I gambled and purchased this. Im beyond glad I did. Its so much fun. Graphics are superb. Truly a gem. My search for gems have proved golden. Definitely a keeper. Love you Mario and Luigi. Thank you Mother Nintendo lol
My favorite game of the year!
This was the best out of all the RPGs In The franchise! I love how you had both starlow and prince dreambert accompany you, it made the dialogue a lot more humorous! The boss battles were so fun, and I love how they changed how you can battle enemies. I loved how the story was so well-developed!
A dreamy game
Mario & Luigi: Dream Team is none other than a classic title in the Mario & Luigi saga. In this entry Mario, Luigi, and Princess Peach take a vacation on Pi'illo Island where an ancient evil named Antasma breaks free from the Dream World and seeks revenge on the Pi'illo people for locking him up in there. And it wouldn't be a Mario game without Princess Peach getting kidnapped, right? So Mario and Luigi must enter Luigi's dreams in order to hunt down Antasma, rescue Princess Peach, and break the curse that Antasma left on the Pi'illo people. Now on to the gameplay itself. The gameplay stays true to the previous entries with turned based battles and encountering enemies starts battles. You can even say that the battling is even more exciting with Luiginary attacks at your hand. For example Luigi can turn into a giant ball of Luigis and crush all the enemies. And don't even get me started on the boss battles, in them Luigi will turn humongous and have an epic brawl with giant bosses. In Luigi's dreams anything is possible so with a little help from returning Starlo, by messing with Luigi on the touch screen you'll be able to change the environments and help Mario move on. This leads to some interesting puzzle solving. One of the few problems with the game is that the dream environments or kinda repetitive looking and they kinda switched the look of the characters to fit the 3ds (but it still looks great though) Now the soundtrack.....oh the soundtrack. IT"S AMAZING! It's catchy, interesting, and all around very well put together. If your asking if this game lives up it's former titles than I think this review says it all. YES! I highly recommend this to all 3ds owners and if you don't have a 3ds than go out and get yourself one.
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!