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Mario and Luigi: Dream Team Bros. (Nintendo 3DS)

Platform : Nintendo 3DS
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78 customer reviews

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  • Platform: Nintendo 3DS
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B00BG4R0DO
  • Release Date: 12 July 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (78 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,013 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Find new items and gear to customise Mario and Luigi to fit your playing style
Find new items and gear to customise Mario and Luigi to fit your playing style.

Sweet dreams, Luigi!

Mario and Luigi embark on the adventure of their dreams in an hilarious action RPG that combines the resort world of Pi'illo Island with the wild landscapes of Luigi's imagination, where anything can happen! Meet a host of hilarious characters as you strive to rescue Princess Peach and help Prince Dreambert free his petrified Pi'illo people from the bat king Antasma's curse.

Opening with a sightseeing trip for Princess Peach, along with her entourage and Mario and Luigi, the story follows the events that follow Dr. Snoozemore's mysterious invite to Pi'illo Island. All seems to be well at first, with the doctor extending an absent but hospitable welcome to his island, until things take a turn for the worse. Princess Peach is snatched and dragged into a strange Dream World by the ghostly bat king Antasma.

This new and enigmatic foe needs to be stopped, so Mario decides he must rescue Princess Peach by entering the Dream World – through the sleeping consciousness of his brother. It seems Luigi's brain is tuned into the same wavelength as Pi'illo Island's population, so Mario will need to negotiate the real world and the perils of Luigi's imagination if he is to succeed in his quest!

Master two worlds by switching between controlling both brothers
Master two worlds by switching between controlling both brothers.

It is this mixture of the real world and the Dream World that defines much of the game, with our hero having to navigate the Pi'illo Island environment before slipping back into his sibling's dreams. Of course, Luigi will have his own role to play, as not only will the pair need to combine their trademark Bros. Moves in the Dream World, but Luigi will also have to support his brother in other ways. This is done through Luiginary Works, magical ways in which to interact with Luigi's sleeping mind, like tweaking his moustache or scratching his nose.

If you're looking for something to show off the full capabilities of your Nintendo 3DS, 3DS XL, or 2DS, you can expect something very special when you buy Mario & Luigi: Dream Team Bros. In the game's Dream World battle sequences, you'll witness a horde of Luigis power up Mario and lead to some powerful Luiginary Attacks that differ greatly from traditional Bros. Attacks in the real world. All of these make full use of the console's 3D and motion control capabilities in original ways. For example, there's one Luiginary Attack that will get Mario riding on top of a ball made up of Luigis &ndahs; all you'll need to do is use your motion controls to navigate the ball and crush all the enemies that are in your way. In addition, you'll be able to more accurately judge actions thanks to the system's stereoscopic 3D screen.

Spawn hundreds of Luigis that mould into different forms to help Mario in the Dream World
Spawn hundreds of Luigis that mould into different forms to help Mario in the Dream World.

Fans of role-playing games who buy or download Mario & Luigi: Dream Team Bros. will love the levelling up mechanic that has been included in the game, which follows the classic RPG formula of clocking up points and improving common attributes like health and power levels. You'll also see classic franchise attributes like Bro Points that will be required for special attacks, as well as STACHE, which influences whether Mario or Luigi will be able to score a critical hit during battle. This option has once again been included in this latest installment of the series, as has the badge reward system which lets you find or buy badges in the game to earn useful rewards.

Solving tricky puzzles, battling fierce enemies, and interacting with the sleeping mind of Luigi makes Mario & Luigi: Dream Team Bros. an original and fantastic title that visits all new territory for the famous brothers.

The game offers various support features, like a Hint System and an Easy Mode
The game offers various support features, like a Hint System and an Easy Mode.
Features of the game:
  • Spawn hundreds of Luigis that mould into different forms like bouncy towers, wrecking balls, and giant hammers for special attacks or to pass obstacles.
  • Poke, tickle, and move a sleeping Luigi on the lower touchscreen to alter the Dream World on the upper screen.
  • Master two worlds by switching between controlling both brothers when battling in the real world and controlling Mario and an army of Luiginoids in Dream World battles.
  • With the Nintendo 3DS system turned sideways like a book, experience larger-than-life Giant Battles with a gargantuan Luigi on one screen and the enemy on the other screen.
  • Find new items and gear to customise Mario and Luigi to fit your play style.
  • To help players through the adventure, the game offers various support features, like a hint system that offers tips on surviving a particular engagement, and an easy mode to make a particular battle easier.

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4.6 out of 5 stars

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Per O. on 21 July 2013
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boy, this game is incredible, and it is the most fun I've had with a game in a long time!
Just the sheer diversity, the constant fun minigames and "how'd they think this stuff up?!"-factor makes the game very compelling

I digress - after being one of those who got 3DS at launch, I've experienced a slight buyers remorse, and postponed getting any games
This has been a really positive experience and I'm tempted to get more games now!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By eve10cat on 16 Aug. 2013
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I have played almost all the Mario and Luigi Nintendo games, and this is no disappointment. Graphics are great, storyline interesting, lots of puzzling places to figure out how to get into, and help in the more infuriating battles.
I did actually break my console in one of the giant battles and had to buy another, but that was my fault as I got too carried away.
A good game for anyone starting out on the Mario games, as you can avoid that dreaded Game Over by re-fighting the battles, and the facility to save is present for almost the whole time.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Tangor Fopper on 18 Nov. 2013
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Great, great entry in this series: probably one of the best.
It took me 50 hours to complete so it's also very long.
5 stars well deserved.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mrs J L Pullen on 20 Sept. 2013
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Excellent game but the introduction with "how to" tips annoying for the first few rounds.
Still enjoy it though and worth purchasing
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Darren on 23 Aug. 2013
I've always been a fan of the Mario and Luigi games. Much like the original Mario RPG that launched years ago on the SNES the latest game on the 3DS borrows from all the previous games.

Set on Pilli'lo Island you soon realise that Luigi is able to open up doors to the dream world when he falls to sleep, as you explore and find various Pillows (Pilli'los) to sleep on the next part of the game opens up. The story is the typical Peach getting kidnapped and the Bros pair march off to save her but in doing so they have injected some new gameplay twists.

When you encounter a battle in the real world Mario and Luigi can team up with various attacks and abilities but it's in the dream world where the attacks really get interesting. Dream Luigi morphs with Mario so when Mario attacks Dream Luigi and his clones attack, these attacks are the interesting dynamic and with the game making use of the touch screen at frequent points it does feel refreshing.

However the game does feel it's designed for the younger audience and while accessible makes it straight forward, this is no Zelda game or Final Fantasy, but the game just feels very simple and this is why the 4 stars.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Adam on 4 Jan. 2014
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I just received this game this morning and I love it so far! I haven't played the previous 2 games in this series but I am very happy with how this is turning out so far! I almost didn't get this game because I saw it on the Nintendo Direct last year and though, "Nooo doesn't look like my thing at all, it looks really uninteresting." But I was very wrong. If you're on the edge with getting this game like I was, just get it because I thought I might as well seeing as it's only at £23.99 atm as well! The music is amazing, everything I have experienced with the game so far has been fun regarding controls and the storyline and the world in general. I wouldn't say the game is easy but it's not really hard either, it's at a very sweet spot of difficulty (for me, at least being 18). The graphics are very nice as well, especially when you're in the Dream World and Luigi is shown asleep on the bottom screen. Overall I can see me spending many hours on this game and hopefully completing it and it's not boring me at all with just over 2 hours of gameplay already played!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By stanza on 20 Jan. 2014
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got this for my nintendo lovin wife and she really enjoyed it, having played most of the mario games I think she is a bit of an expert and would recommend it to young and old, although it was a bit tricky in places, but well worth the purchase.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By blash on 8 Sept. 2013
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This made a really nice change from the usual Mario games
The fact that it is an RPG is what bought it to my attention and I enjoyed it a lot as there is no frantic mayhem. I found it quite relaxing and would like to see more along the same lines. It is an easy to learn RPG so a gentle way to introduce any body to this type of game. Great value for money as is usual with mario. A definite christmas stocking item.
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