Mario Party 6
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|Mario Party 6|
|Release Date|| JP November 18, 2004|
US December 6, 2004
EU March 18, 2005
AU September 15, 2005
Mario Party 6 is the sixth installment of the Mario Party series and the third of the series to be released for the Nintendo GameCube. It was packaged with a Gamecube microphone and was the first Gamecube game to utilize it.
Brighton, the sun begins a dispute with Twila, the moon, over which of them is more impressive. Mario and his friends attempt to calm the dispute in vain, but they soon decide that the power of the Stars could make them stop their argument. So they decide to throw a massive Mario Party in order to fill up the Star Bank enough to stop their feud.
As with each installment, there are only a few gameplay variations on the usual Mario Party formula of collecting coins and stars on board game levels. The capsule items from the previous game return, redubbed "orbs", and each board will also alternate between day and night every three turns, which effects events and characters on the boards.
The game also has a Solo Mode, in which players embark on one of three boards and battle Koopa Kids in minigames, with the possibility of winning a rare minigame if it is completed. The more traditional Party Mode has six different boards which can be played. The game adds Toadette as a playable character (and is the last game in which Koopa Kid is playable) and features new mic minigames which utilize the Gamecube microphone.
- A six-player Triforce Arcade version, Super Mario Fushigi no Korokoro Party 2, was released exclusively in Japan.
|Titles in the Mario Party series|
|Mario Party - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 8 - 9|
Advance - Mario Party-e - DS - Korokoro Party - Korokoro Party 2