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Mario Party 3

Mario Party 3 (N64) game cover art
Platform: Nintendo 64
Tags: General, Party
Developer: Hudson Soft

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
05/??/2001
EU
11/16/2001
JP
12/07/2000

Staff Reviews

Mario Party 3 review

Reviewed September 09, 2002

Jason Venter says: "There are somewhere around 70 games this time around, some of them genuinely different from anything Mario and friends have faced before. It all has the faint scent of familiarity, but the wrapping is generally more polished. At times, some of the mini-games are quite fun."
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