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Super Mario Party Announced for Nintendo Switch; Coming October 5 2018

12 June 2018

Nintendo revealed a new Mario Party game called Super Mario Party, the first game in the franchise to come to the Nintendo Switch.

Move sets, "final smash" attacks, and mechanical tweaks were described at length, with the most notable mechanical tweak being the ability to charge certain attacks in mid-air. In short, even seasoned Smash Bros. fighters will have to reassess both their favorite characters and the competition.

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GameCube controllers will be compatible by using a GameCube adaptor. Nintendo says that the show will focus on Switch releases for 2018, but we might see some 2019 titles and 3DS games as well. The game also seems to be making a return to more traditional gameplay with individual characters moving about the board as opposed to Mario Party 10's Bowser vs. everyone in a shared ship mechanic. Others just can't wait to lose all of their friends again since someone has to emerge victorious in the Mario Party games.

As had already been spoiled via rumors, the hugely popular Fortnite Battle Royale mode is coming to Switch-as in, today, at 1pm ET, as Nintendo announced the game is going live at the Nintendo eShop. The game appears to be similar to 1-2 Switch in the sense that it has a collection of mini-games.

Super Mario Party Announced for Nintendo Switch; Coming October 5 2018