During Nintendo's E3 presentation, the company started with big names like Pokemon and Xenoblade before pivoting to the party classic that everyone's been playing for years.
The Mario Party™ series is coming to the Nintendo Switch™ system with super-charged fun for everyone!
A release date has been confirmed for December 7. In short, even seasoned Smash Bros. fighters will have to reassess both their favorite characters and the competition. Others just can't wait to lose all of their friends again since someone has to emerge victorious in the Mario Party games. It'll have an eight-player multiplayer mode. Board game play goes back to the four-player basics as you take turns and race across the board searching for Stars. Ultimate, but as the first installment on Nintendo's hand-held hybrid Super Mario Party has shown that a lot that's changed. Its arrival on Nintendo Switch unites one of the most popular games in recent memory with Nintendo's hit console. Ultimate using Nintendo Switch Pro Controllers, the game will be compatible with multiple styles of control.