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Posted 14 February 2013 - 14:15
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Hehe. It's been long since I play Mario Party. I have them all up to the 7 on the Gamecube... It can be a nice alternative for the local multiplayer... If my friends are willing to play it... that is
I remember Mario Party being a good laugh with friends on the N64. Maybe there is a new one around for the Wii?
Posted 15 February 2013 - 12:36
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Posted 15 February 2013 - 21:30
It sounds like you have played a lot of the local multiplayer games myself & mates have enjoyed over the years!
I can suggest a few others on the Xbox you might like:
Castle Crashers - XBLA game, kinda like a cell shaded take on Golden Axe. You can level up, acquire better weapons as you progress and play 4 player co-op, or just battle it out with your mates.
Heavy Weapon - XBLA game, simple but addictive - you and 4 other players destroy the onslaught of enemies that appear on the screen trying to get the best time possible. You can play either with lives or until everyone dies at the same time. Me and my mates find the game very addictive and are ranked in the top 250 on the Xbox Live leader boards, often been the top of the weekly leader board when we play.
Blur - Like an adult version of Mario Kart, racing game with weapons and power ups. Supports 4 player split screen play. Loads of fun!
I've found F1 Race Stars to be a great giggle
I hope I will
http://uk.ign.com/ga...ox-360-14337964 Thank me later.
Have you tried Medal of Honor? I played it on PC and i really enjoyed it. But i'm not sure in which else platform is it available.
. I thought that game had epic yarn - graphics look a like. . I enjoyed a lot the N64 version. Never thought this was the continuation for it! hahaha Niiiiice.
Kirby's Return to Dreamland has drop in local co-op multiplayer.
I guess some wario ware smooth moves could work out .
I don't know if any of the Wario-Ware games are available on the Wii.. used to play one at a friends place on his Gamecube where you could have four players simultaneously on screen doing weird party games and it was an absolute riot...