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1. The Mario Party series is arguably the most beloved example of a game defined by its mini-games. Every round, you and three other players engage in a randomly selected mini-game. Many players find the chaotic antics of these mini-games more engaging than the actual board game itself. It's easy to forget that Mario Party even has a main game at all.
2. Sonic had a rough time adjusting to the 3D landscape, but one thing universally beloved by all critics of the blue blur today is the Chao Garden