Average User Score: 8.1May 12, 2014It has a slow start, with tutorials and it doesn't seems good as the others Mario & Luigi games. If you are in this thinking like I was in theIt has a slow start, with tutorials and it doesn't seems good as the others Mario & Luigi games. If you are in this thinking like I was in the beginning, you're probably wrong. Mario & Luigi: Dream Team let you play in a big adventure, bigger than the other Mario & Luigi games. It has great musics and innovates on the Dreams and on the new Motion Attacks.
The new feature, the Dream World, it seems sometimes like Bowser's Inside Story, where you could go to Bowser's body, but the fun Luiginary Works make up that. Also, the special attacks sometimes have motion support, very well used in my opinion.
The battles are challenging, I had a lot of bad times with some enemies and boss battles, but they are really fun, as always.
The design and art is beautiful, very colorful, but something is different between the sprites and the background and something is wrong when the sprites grow on size.
The story, not better than Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story, is awesome, with lots of comedy.
I also loved this new characters, the Pi'illos, specially Dreambert. The new antagonist, Antasma, needed something else, I dunno, maybe he just needed to have more talking.
Other mistake son the game is the huge content of tutorials and the slow start.
+Good story with humor
+Boss and regular enemies battles fun and challenging.
+ Luiginary Works makes things more interesting
+It took me 60 hours to finish it (not 100%), so yeah, it's entertaining
-Not that bad graphics, but could be better
-Slow start with a lot of tutorials
My review: 8.75… Expand