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Super Mario Party Has Already Sold 1.5 Million Units

Destructoid is reporting via the Nintendo Financial Results that Nintendo has already shifted 1.5 million units of Super Mario Party on the Nintendo Switch since its launch last month. This shows that the series is back on track with gamers lapping up the latest iteration. The Kyoto-based company says it is very happy with sales of the Mario Party title so far.

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    1. The boards in the classic party mode are a bit disappointing to me personally in terms of size and creativity/objectives, but other than that, it’s still a whole lot of fun with friends. The minigames are really good and there’s a couple different modes to choose from apart from the regular one, they’re honestly not bad at all. However, you’re probably better off if you act like the online mode doesn’t exist, because it’s absolute garbage.

    1. and that is why you always set the ai to the hardest difficulty. if you basically wanna unlock everything then you do what Chuggaaconroy does, set up a board with nothing but ai’s and on the last turn you switch one ai over to human player (preferably the one winning).

  1. The problem I always seem to have with Mario Party games is that there always seems to be like one board that I like more than the rest, and that’s all I ever want to pick. Like in 6 or 7, there was a specific board where you could win multiple stars on a certain spot (if you have enough coins). So that’s the only board I ever wanted to pick. If only every board was super fun. And I miss throwing orbs on various spots. Can you do that in this game?

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