As the years go by, Mario Party Legacy continues to transform for the better, with each update and change creating a more suitable site. We have been around for over four years, and our history grows as we continue to evolve into finer and prominent website.
Mario Party Legacy originally started as a FreeWebs site, on Monday, October 9, 2006. FreeWebs was very limited, and there was no way a full website would be able to function under those conditions. After receiving an amazing opportunity from Level Up Host, the website was created under the name of The Super Mario Party Site on Monday, January 14, 2008. From that point, content for all the Mario Party games were being created on a regular basis. In the month of February of 2009, the site switched from simple HTML to the content managing system of Drupal.
After more than two years with the original name, The Super Mario Party Site name was changed to Mario Party Legacy. Not long after, the Drupal CMS was dropped in favor of WordPress, a CMS that has proved successful in terms of design and accessibility for both the staff and viewers. During the months leading up to the release of Mario Party 9 in early 2012, the site began to not only cover the Mario Party games, but also the entire Super Mario series. Mario Party Legacy will attend the E3 2012 Expo for the very first time.
1st Layout (Green) (Monday, January 14, 2008 – Sunday, June 1, 2008)
2nd Layout (Blue) (Sunday, June 1, 2008 – Wednesday, August 6, 2008)
3rd Layout (Wednesday, August 6, 2008 – Saturday, February 14, 2009)
4th Layout (Saturday, February 14, 2009 – Thursday, January 14, 2010)
5th Layout (Thursday, January 14, 2010 – Monday, July 26, 2010)
6th Layout (Monday, July 26, 2010 – Wednesday, August 17, 2011)
7th Layout (Wednesday, August 17, 2011 – Thursday, February 14, 2013 )
8th Layout (Thursday, February 14, 2013 – ?)
Flaming Controller (Monday, July 26, 2010 – ?, August ?, 2010)
The Flaming Controller was a sister site dedicated to gaming news from all sorts of companies. However, after about a month, the project quickly led to death as no one was able to keep up with the work. They lost interest. AegisReflector was the head admin of this project, but failed because members failed to meet his expectations.
Forum Portal (Monday, July 26, 2010 – ?, August ?, 2010)
The Forum Portal was another sister site that came along with Flaming Controller. Forum Portal allowed administrators and webmasters decide if they wanted to be part of it. But only a few did so. However, there was no work being done at all, so it died. Like Flaming Controller, they didn’t keep up with the work, especially with forum of the month and member of the month from any forum or any member. It all failed.
Legacy Olympic Blog (Friday, June 22, 2012 – Monday, August 13, 2012)