|Mario Party 4|
"Daisy is a bit of a tomboy. If cornered, she'll use a Warp Pipe!"
Mario Party 4 is the fourth installment in the Mario Party series and is the first Mario Party released on the GameCube. The game was released in October 2002 in North America, and in November 2002 in Japan, Europe, and Australia..
This game marks Daisy's second appearance in the Mario Party series. Daisy was also redesigned in this game, and this design has been kept in Mario games ever since.
Story Mode Edit
Unlike in Mario Party 3, Daisy is playable in Mario Party 4's Story Mode. The Story Mode is generally the same regardless of what character you play as. The only real differences are the presents your character receives.
When playing as Daisy, it's her birthday! Toad, Koopa, Goomba, Shy Guy, and Boo want to give Daisy presents, but Daisy must play on their game boards as well as defeat them in special minigames in order to win the presents. Once Daisy wins all her presents from the hosts, Bowser shows up and threatens to steal Daisy's presents. Daisy must play on Bowser's board and win. She accepts this challenge.
Daisy manages to win, and Koopa Kid congratulates her. But Bowser tricks Daisy into believing that he stole all of her presents, and must defeat them in a battle. Daisy wins, causing Bowser to run away and leave a present behind. Koopa Kid says that Bowser never stole any of Daisy's presents. Toad says that there is still one more present for Daisy. A constellation of Daisy appears via cutscene.
Present Room Edit
In the Present Room, players can view the presents they won for each character in the Story Mode. Daisy's present room features flower-themed furniture.
Daisy's present room has floral wallpaper and a pink carpet with orange petals. Different types of flowers hang on her wall showing her characteristic fondness for flowers and beauty. The shape of her present room seems to be inspired by Middle Eastern architecture. As Princess Peach's present room resembles her castle, Daisy's castle may look similar to her own room. When viewing Daisy's side table, the player is warned not to look in her journal. If the player views the table, they will see a Japanese copy of Mario Party 2 inside.
|Daisy's Room||Unlocking criteria||Item Description|
|Daisy's Bed||Defeat Toad in Story Mode with Daisy.||This is Daisy's bed. It looks hard, but it's really good for the spine.|
|Daisy's Flowers||Defeat Goomba in Story Mode with Daisy.||These are Daisy's flowers. She picks them herself.|
|Daisy's Table||Defeat Shy Guy in Story Mode with Daisy.||This is Daisy's table. I think Goomba made it for her.|
|Daisy's Side Table||Defeat Boo in Story Mode with Daisy.||This is Daisy's side table. Don't peek in her journal! She won't like it.|
|Daisy Doll||Defeat Koopa in Story Mode with Daisy.||This is a Daisy doll. She's our fresh-faced heroine.|
|Bowser Teapot||Defeat Bowser in Story Mode with Daisy.||This is Bowser teapot. It bubbles like magma.|
Mario Party 4 MangaEditA manga was released for Mario Party 4. Daisy appears on many pages.
See the Mario Party: Gallery.
☀ Although Mario Party 5 came out after Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour (the first game to feature Deanna Mustard as Daisy's voice actress), Daisy reuses Jen Taylor's voice clips from Mario Party 4. This was probably done to save time recording new voice clips.
☀ In the manual of this game, it is stated that both Luigi and Waluigi have a crush on Daisy.
☀ There is an error on Daisy's Doll. The doll's panniers are shown to be deep pink, similar to the panniers on Peach's dress. Daisy's panniers and accents on her dress are supposed to be orange.☀ The beta version of the boxart features Daisy with her old design. The character renders are reused from Mario Party 3's boxart, so this boxart was most likely just a placeholder until the final version was created.