Mario Party 4 on the NINTENDO GAMECUBE - definitely a party worth gatecrashing
Haven't received your invite yet? Well, it may be time to beg, as the exclusive party hosted by Nintendo is definitely the place to be seen this year. Mushroom Kingdom is a scorcher of a venue to be at, and a great place to rub shoulders with the stars.
Mario Party 4 promises to be the best fun yet with up to 50 all-new mini-games to throw yourself and your friends into. With awesome graphics and fun-filled gameplay, this game will have you on the edge of your seat as you pitch to win to be party king. As you make your way around a giant boardgame, you'll find yourself frantically competing in basketball challenges, a drawing race, dodging a shower of oversized books, and winning lots of crazy competitions.
In what promises to be multi-player pandemonium, up to four people can choose their favourite Nintendo characters, hit the controller, and give it their best. Whether you're a seasoned Mario Party veteran, or it's your first invitation, you'll have a blast racing against your friends to grab every last star you can.
It's time to battle it out in a series of exciting contests and prove your 'passion to party'. Feeling down on your luck? Well, the newly introduced Tag Battle means you can now pair up into two-man teams; bump, whack and bang your way to glory.
What's more, throughout Mario Party 4, you can dash through a huge array of different challenges that'll pit one player against three, two against two, four against one or all the players against each other. If it's a little practice you need before the big night, then switch onto the story mode that will give you a sneaky opportunity to get ready for victory.
As one of the key must-play games on the NINTENDO GAMECUBE, Mario Party 4 is set to join the superb 100 titles available on the console in time for Christmas. So grab your drinks and secure that seat on the sofa - Mario Party 4 is coming…
Mario Party 4 is exclusive to the NINTENDO GAMECUBE and launches on
29 November 2002 at the estimated retail price of around 60 Euros.
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