IGN’s delivered three direct-feed gameplay videos for Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time, and a hands-on preview for the upcoming DS title as well.
While we wouldn’t necessarily call the attacks “nothing short of incredible” or the simultaneous attacks “amazing,” the game does look pretty good for those of us who have played its GBA predecessor, Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga.
While the addition of two more playable characters (and correspondingly mapped buttons) could make play a bit hectic at times, we trust that the developers will do a good job of balancing frantic action with fun gameplay in the end. PiT could’ve been even more interesting with a multiplayer co-op mode, though. That said, you gotta love an underdog like Baby Luigi.
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