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Metareview: Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time (DS)

Blake Snow

Nintendo may have another hit on their hands for the Nintendo DS handheld. This time it's a sequel to the Game Boy Advance RPG, Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga. Here's what the critics are saying:

  • GamePro 80% - "Some may yearn for a more complicated gameplay, but for those who do not, Partners in Time is still as funny and enjoyable as its predecessor."

  • GameDaily 100% - "This game is the cream of the portable gaming crop, and you'll be really hard-ressed not to be taken in by at least one of it's plentiful charms."

  • IGN 90% - "Though it doesn't explore the Nintendo DS platform on a technical level, Partners in Time definitely approaches the handheld in extremely creative ways."

Nintendo Power rounds out the ranking with a 90% ratio, and Game Informer gives the game an 82.5% score. Looks like DS owners have one more solid title until the much anticipated wi-fi powered Animal Crossing drops in early December.

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