It's The Fifth Game Of Another Mario Sub-Series! Let's Take A Tour.

The fifth Mario vs. Donkey Kong game is upon us, though this is now the Mario and Donkey Kong series: Mario and Donkey Kong: Minis on the Move for the Nintendo 3DS. Any good? Yeah, good little puzzle game with some weird not-as-good mini-games.

It's $10, download-only. I'll give you a tour.

Just watch the video above. You'll see all four main modes and some of the game's side stuff.

The weirdest thing about this series is that the games in it are sort of the successor to Donkey Kong. This is not the legacy I thought Donkey Kong would have, though I guess it's better than going further in the Donkey Kong 64 direction (amazing rap song notwithstanding).


    What was wrong with DK64? Granted the camera was pretty clunky but I loved that game.

      It was a Banjo-Kazooie game.

      Though I am less a fan of the more Lemmings-like Mini-skewed games than I was the first MvDK.

      Last edited 10/05/13 9:44 am

    DK64 was amazing. It was like Banjo Kazooie, but the worlds were a lot bigger, and there were more things to collect. The game's controls were tight, unlocking new abilities was fun, the bosses were great, there was a lot to do, the atmosphere was good. The stage designs were amazing too.

    Collecting things never felt like a chore at any point, and that's saying something, for a game that makes you collect 420 bananas between 5 different characters who can only collect a maximum of 100 each.

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