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Nintendo shares critics and players thoughts for Mario Party Superstars

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Have you played the Mario Party Superstars game yet? If not, what are you waiting for? The multiplayer party game is now available exclusively for the Nintendo Switch family of systems, and we’re so happy to see critics and players enjoying it so much. We’d love for you to join the party! Mario Party Superstars offers multiplayer fun that players can have with their family and friends locally or via online play, featuring five classic boards from the Nintendo 64 Mario Party games and a collection of 100 minigames from across the series. 

Check out this new trailer for the game, which focuses on some of the positive reactions to this fun, family-friendly game. What is your favorite minigame to play? Is it the madcap Bumper Balls? Or maybe the precision-based Crazy Cutters? How about the chaotic Mushroom Mix-Up, which always seems to end with someone screaming in delight or defeat? We hope you are having fun with the game. And we are so happy people are enjoying it so much! 

Source: Nintendo of America

7 thoughts on “Nintendo shares critics and players thoughts for Mario Party Superstars”

      1. Its gonna b replayable for years to come. more so than Super, 9 and 10.
        Besides datamining hints tht they might add 2 or 3 more boards, but unknown currently if they were planned to b added but cut or it will be.

  1. Locked Out, Crazy Cogs, Treadmill Grill, Cosmic Coaster and Aces High should have been brought back in this game because those are the mini games I enjoy very much in Mario Party 3. That should be a great DLC if Nintendo considers one of them. But, I still enjoy this game very much so with others and my friends.

  2. I absolutely love this game…truly fantastic. A strong 10/10 from me. It is just as good to play alone at an online full board game than with ‘real’ family in the same rom. Flawless!

  3. I always have a great deal of fun playing this on weekends with my friends. However, I hope it doesn’t take Nintendo 2 years to release DLC / more stages like they did with Animal Crossing.

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