Mario Party Superstars is on the way.

E3 is a festive time of year for gamers everywhere. Even if you find yourself watching at home on the couch, there are many tech advancements, new IP’s, and franchises to be excited about. Nintendo this week came out swinging for the fences with Zelda: Breath of The Wild Sequel, A Zelda retro package that includes The Legend of ZeldaZelda 2: The Adventure of Link, and The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening. Warioware is also coming to the switch for those who root for the villains and love mini-games.

But there’s another game dropping this year that is particularly exciting: Mario Party Superstars.

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Same Game, New Tricks

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What makes the newest Mario Party iteration so exciting is that the developers are bringing back classic maps from the N64, as well as 100 classic mini-games from the N64 to go with it. The game doesn’t look to be a remake or remaster, but a blend of a high-def remake, new features in the gameplay, and allows for online play with randoms or friends. The online multiplayer option is a much welcome addition to the game that the former Mario party on Switch only just introduced not too long ago.

Mario Party Superstars Official Trailer

What has been confirmed so far?

Maps

  • Peach’s Birthday Cake (Mario Party)
  • Space Land (Mario Party 2)
  • Woody Woods (Mario Party 3)

Characters

  • Birdo
  • Donkey Kong
  • Mario
  • Luigi
  • Peach
  • Rosalina
  • Waluigi
  • Wario
  • Yoshi

MiniGames

  • Mario Party
  • Mushroom Mix-Up
  • Face Lift
  • Handcar Havoc
  • Bobsled Run
  • Shy Guy Says
  • Crazy Cutters
  • Hammer Drop
  • Bumper Balls
  • Tug o’ War
  • Tipsy Tourney
  • Mario Party 2
  • Look Away
  • Archer-ival
  • Bowser’s Big Blast
  • Sneak ‘n’ Snore
  • Sky Pilots
  • Honeycomb Havoc
  • Bumper Balloon Cars
  • Dungeon Dash
  • Balloon Burst
  • Slot-Car Derby
  • Roll Call
  • Mecha Marathon
  • Mario Party 3
  • Boulder Ball
  • Mario’s Puzzle Party
  • Ticktock Hop
  • Snowball Summit
  • Coconut Conk
  • Etch ‘n’ Catch
  • Messy Memory
  • River Raiders
  • Puddle Paddle
  • Parasol Plummet
  • Vine with Me
  • Storm Chasers
  • Mush Pit
  • Tidal Toss
  • Bobbing Bow-loons
  • Rockin’ Raceway
  • Eatsa Pizza
  • Cheep Cheep Chase
  • Mario Party 4
  • Booksquirm
  • Reverse-a-Bomb
  • Beach Volley Folley
  • Trace Race
  • Mario Party 5
  • Pushy Penguins
  • Coney Island
  • Leaf Leap
  • Squared Away
  • Mario Party 6
  • What Goes Up
  • Rocky Road
  • Mario Party 7
  • The Final Countdown
  • Pokey Pummel
  • Mario Party 9
  • Shell Soccer
  • Goomba Spotting
  • Mario Party 10
  • Skewer Scurry
  • Rapid River Race
  • Other
  • Tread Carefully
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Mario Party Superstars is a welcome addition to the Mario Party franchise. In its current iteration, the Mario Party game on Nintendo Switch has mixed reviews due to the streamlining of gameplay and generally light on content overall. Having another entrance into the franchise that banks off of the nostalgia of the N64 is a solid choice from the developers that should have plenty of re-playability and new things to explore for both old and new gamers alike. Now a new generation can enjoy the Rage-quit-throwing-controllers-at-the-screen-not-talking-to-friends-and-family-who-steal-your-stuff of Mario Party’s Golden Age.

Mario Party Superstars

Mario Party Superstars releases October 29th, 2021 at full price of 59.99. You can check out the E3 Gameplay demo and trailer below.

How excited are you for the newest Mario game coming to Nintendo? What mini-game are you most looking forward to dominate in? What is your favorite memory of playing Mario Party? What boards and games are you excited to play? Which character is your favorite to play? What about the E3 presentation took you by surprise the most? Is there something not featured at E3 that you want in the game? Let us know in the comments below or over on our social media!

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