History Videogame / MarioGolf

17th Sep '17 12:19:41 PM Hafumanroblox
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A series of [[SportsGame Sports Games]] by Creator/{{Nintendo}} and Camelot Software Planning starring [[SuperMarioBros Mario, Luigi, and the rest of the Mushroom Kingdom gang]].

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A series of [[SportsGame Sports Games]] by Creator/{{Nintendo}} and Camelot Software Planning starring [[SuperMarioBros [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Mario, Luigi, and the rest of the Mushroom Kingdom gang]].
8th Sep '17 12:53:38 PM creativename24
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** [[OneGameForThePriceOfTwo Connecting the GBC or GBA versions of Mario Golf to the N64 version for the former and the GBA version for the latter]] also adds four human characters to the N64 version, and the two human characters (male and female) to the GBA version: the characters that you go through the respective games' Story Mode with. As there is no current way of replacing the Transfer Pack method, you cannot unlock those characters in the VC version of the N64 game. Partially justified in that these characters stats depended on how you had leveled them up in the GBC versions. The GCN version lets you add up to four versions of both the male and female character though, they will be differentiated through {{Palette Swap}}s.

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** [[OneGameForThePriceOfTwo Connecting the GBC or GBA versions of Mario Golf to the N64 version for the former and the GBA version for the latter]] also adds four human characters to the N64 version, and the two human characters (male and female) to the GBA version: the characters that you go through the respective games' Story Mode with. As there is no current way of replacing the Transfer Pack method, you cannot unlock those characters in the VC version of the N64 game.game (unless you use a hacked save). Partially justified in that these characters stats depended on how you had leveled them up in the GBC versions. The GCN version lets you add up to four versions of both the male and female character though, they will be differentiated through {{Palette Swap}}s.
14th Jun '17 9:29:42 PM TrendingToon1
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* VSign: Mario and Daisy flash this in ''Toadstool Tour'' if they get an Eagle or better.
27th May '17 3:52:21 PM nombretomado
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* ''NES Open Tournament Golf'', known as ''Mario Open Golf'' in Japan (1991) - NintendoEntertainmentSystem
* ''Mario Golf'' (1999) - UsefulNotes/{{Nintendo 64}}, UsefulNotes/GameBoyColor, and VirtualConsole

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* ''NES Open Tournament Golf'', known as ''Mario Open Golf'' in Japan (1991) - NintendoEntertainmentSystem
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* ''Mario Golf'' (1999) - UsefulNotes/{{Nintendo 64}}, UsefulNotes/GameBoyColor, and VirtualConsoleUsefulNotes/VirtualConsole
8th Mar '17 3:08:49 PM Gosicrystal
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* BatmanCanBreatheInSpace:
** A rather ridiculous example in ''World Tour'', which feature underwater courses. The characters simply play through them as normal with no breathing apparatuses or anything. [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] by bubbles issuing forth from their mouths whenever onscreen.
** Diddy's eagle animation in ''World Tour'' involves him taking off with his jetpack, except he overshoots it and finds himself in planetary orbit. His reaction is more confusion than panic.



* [[BatmanCanBreatheInSpace Mario Characters Can Breathe Underwater]]:
** A rather ridiculous example in ''World Tour'', which feature underwater courses. The characters simply play through them as normal with no breathing apparatuses or anything. [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] by bubbles issuing forth from their mouths whenever onscreen.
** Diddy's eagle animation in ''World Tour'' involves him taking off with his jetpack, except he overshoots it and finds himself in planetary orbit. His reaction is more confusion than panic.



* ShoutOut: Bowser grabbing the camera after getting a birdie could be a reference to ''Film/HappyGilmore'' where the eponymous character does this after a successful putt.

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* ShoutOut: ShoutOut:
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Bowser grabbing the camera after getting a birdie could be a reference to ''Film/HappyGilmore'' where the eponymous character does this after a successful putt.putt.
** The [[VisualPun icon]] for the "Links" Club in the portable games is a [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Triforce]].



* StealthPun[=/=]ShoutOut: The icon for the "Links" Club in the portable games is a Triforce.



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22nd Jan '17 1:13:50 PM Pinokio
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: For the N64 version, which was the first in the series, it had playable normal human characters, which seems rather bizarre when you put them side by side with the more colorful cast of characters from the Mario universe. The concept of having human characters was kept in the GBC and GBA titles (which revolve around building characters with RPGElements) while the GCN and 3DS versions did not.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: EarlyInstallmentWeirdness:
** In the NES game, Mario is a tall, rotund man with a potbelly. He has blue hair and a blue mustache, wears blue pants, a white hat, a white shirt, and white shoes. The second player has black hair and a black mustache, wears black pants, and wears a red hat, shirt, and shoes.
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For the N64 version, which was the first in the series, it had playable normal human characters, which seems rather bizarre when you put them side by side with the more colorful cast of characters from the Mario universe. The concept of having human characters was kept in the GBC and GBA titles (which revolve around building characters with RPGElements) while the GCN and 3DS versions did not.
8th Sep '16 2:56:07 PM Mikeyfan93
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** The N64 version was notable for having semi-secret characters (including, among others, '''Mario and Luigi''') not be awailable in the 1-P Mode unless you defeated them in Get Character Mode. It also had true {{Secret Character}}s in Maple, Franchise/DonkeyKong, Bowser, and Metal Mario. The handheld versions included the champion characters and some prominent Mario series characters (Luigi in the GBA version, Waluigi in the GBA version, Wario in both handhelds, and Bowser in the GBA version).

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** The N64 version was notable for having semi-secret characters (including, among others, '''Mario and Luigi''') not be awailable available in the 1-P Mode unless you defeated them in Get Character Mode. It also had true {{Secret Character}}s in Maple, Franchise/DonkeyKong, Bowser, and Metal Mario. The handheld versions included the champion characters and some prominent Mario series characters (Luigi in the GBA version, Waluigi in the GBA version, Wario in both handhelds, and Bowser in the GBA version).
11th Aug '16 10:02:17 AM N8han11
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* DefeatMeansPlayable: The Get Character Mode in the N64 version. Also how you unlock the champ characters in the handheld versions.

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* DefeatMeansPlayable: DefeatMeansPlayable:
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The Get Character Mode in the N64 version. Also how you unlock the champ characters in the handheld versions.



* LargeHam: In ''World Tour'' when Bowser gets an eagle, he grabs the camera and breathes flames at it.

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* LargeHam: LargeHam:
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In ''World Tour'' when Bowser gets an eagle, he grabs the camera and breathes flames at it.



* [[BatmanCanBreatheInSpace Mario Characters Can Breathe Underwater]]: A rather ridiculous example in ''World Tour'', which feature underwater courses. The characters simply play through them as normal with no breathing apparatuses or anything. [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] by bubbles issuing forth from their mouths whenever onscreen.

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* [[BatmanCanBreatheInSpace Mario Characters Can Breathe Underwater]]: Underwater]]:
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A rather ridiculous example in ''World Tour'', which feature underwater courses. The characters simply play through them as normal with no breathing apparatuses or anything. [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] by bubbles issuing forth from their mouths whenever onscreen.



* MirrorMatch: 64 only.
** Somewhat possible in the sequel, if multiple ''Advance Tour'' saves are loaded to ''Toadstool Tour'', and stats are similar.



* SecretCharacter: The N64 version was notable for having semi-secret characters (including, among others, '''Luigi''' and '''Mario''') not be awailable in the 1-P Mode unless you defeated them in Get Character Mode. It also had true {{Secret Character}}s in Maple, Franchise/DonkeyKong, Bowser, and Metal Mario. The handheld versions included the champion characters and some prominent Mario series characters (Luigi in the GBA version, Waluigi in the GBA version, Wario in both handhelds, and Bowser in the GBA version).

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* SecretCharacter: SecretCharacter:
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The N64 version was notable for having semi-secret characters (including, among others, '''Luigi''' '''Mario and '''Mario''') Luigi''') not be awailable in the 1-P Mode unless you defeated them in Get Character Mode. It also had true {{Secret Character}}s in Maple, Franchise/DonkeyKong, Bowser, and Metal Mario. The handheld versions included the champion characters and some prominent Mario series characters (Luigi in the GBA version, Waluigi in the GBA version, Wario in both handhelds, and Bowser in the GBA version).



* ShownTheirWork: ''World Tour'' has a ''lot'' of references to previous Mario games, more than you would think at a glance. Wario's animation when you start a game for instance has him perform his shoulder dash attack from ''VideoGame/WarioLand'' as he rushes to golf.

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* ShownTheirWork: ShownTheirWork:
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''World Tour'' has a ''lot'' of references to previous Mario games, more than you would think at a glance. Wario's animation when you start a game for instance has him perform his shoulder dash attack from ''VideoGame/WarioLand'' as he rushes to golf.



* TheUnfought: Many characters will show up in tournament results lists that will never be seen otherwise. Your "rivals" in ''Advance Tour'' are a prominent example.

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* TheUnfought: TheUnfought:
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Many characters will show up in tournament results lists that will never be seen otherwise. Your "rivals" in ''Advance Tour'' are a prominent example.
18th Mar '16 3:50:52 PM Peridonyx
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* RealityWarper: Rosalina in ''World Tour''. She creates a '''brand-new galaxy''' just to celebrate an Eagle.

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* RealityWarper: Rosalina in ''World Tour''. She creates a '''brand-new '''whole new galaxy''' just to celebrate an Eagle.
18th Mar '16 11:25:49 AM Peridonyx
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* RealityWarper: Rosalina in ''World Tour''. She creates a '''brand-new galaxy''' just to celebrate an Eagle.



* SpaceMaster: Rosalina in ''World Tour''. She uses the '''entire universe''' just to show off for getting an Eagle or Birdie.
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