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E3 2018: Super Mario Party launches on Switch in October

by Oliver BrandtJune 13, 2018

Nintendo announced during their E3 presentation that a new Mario Party game, Super Mario Party, will be launching on Switch on the 5th of October.

Super Mario Party features a tonne of new features, such as new boards, new mini-games, single Joy-Con play, and a fancy new mode that allows multiple Switches in Tablet Mode to connect to each other and change the game based on their layout. Check out the game’s description and trailer below.

The party comes to Nintendo Switch in this complete refresh of the Mario Party series!
The Mario Party series is coming to the Nintendo Switch system with super-charged fun for everyone! The original board game style has been kicked up a notch with deeper strategic elements, like specific Dice Blocks for each character. The game also introduces all-new ways to play, including Joy-Con controller enabled minigames, and new modes to enjoy with family and friends. Board game play goes back to the four-player basics as you take turns and race across the board searching for Stars.

You can also pair up two Nintendo Switch systems and delight in this dynamic play style, such as in the new Toad’s Rec Room mode. With new modes and new minigames coupled with original board gameplay, the party starts anywhere, anytime, and with all kinds of players.

Features:

A variety of modes, including:

  • Mario Party
  • Enjoy the original Mario Party board game experience with new elements like character dice blocks, a party system, and new boards to explore
  • Toad’s Rec Room
  • A dynamic new play style that pairs up two Nintendo Switch systems for Tabletop mode
  • Go head-to-head in 80 new minigames with many ways to play
  • Fast and fun skill-based mini-games that use the Joy-Con controllers in all sorts of different ways
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Oliver Brandt
Digital game collector and impulse spender. I write reviews and report on cool Nintendo stuff. Also the number one Minecraft guy on the team. Mine Cart Madness is the worst thing to happen to video games.

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