Ensky is on a roll with officially-licensed Nintendo calendars! The next one in their lineup is a Super Mario Calendar 2019, which will ship out on October 11th, 2018.
I mean, what more could you want?! Take a look at every single mini-game included in Super Mario Party. Nintendo claims every single one is new, and while the visuals/approach is new, there are certainly some included that have very similar mechanics to previous Mario Party mini-games.
Nintendo had some collaboration with Disney on the first Wreck-It Ralph movie, and it seems that's going to continue with Ralph Breaks the Internet. While we don't know how deep the connections go, we do see that Question Mark Blocks can be spotted in one scene in the new trailer. Will Mario himself make a cameo this time?
The original 4-player Mario Party series board game mode that fans love is back, and your friends and family are invited to the party! Freely walk the board: choose where to move, which Dice Block to roll, and how to win the most Stars in skill-based minigames. Wait till you see the 2 vs 2 mode with grid-based maps, the creative uses of the console, and the series’ first online minigame mode!
Download cards for both Pokemon Let’s GO Pikachu/Eevee and Super Mario Party are now available in Japan, and each card has information on the file size for thsoe games. Pokemon: Let's Go Pikachu/Eevee is “above 4.5GB” and Super Mario Party is “above 3GB.”
Mario Tennis Aces Patch 2.0 has hit the court and with it are five brand new challenges to test your skill, including a boss rush!
The Yoiko gang is back again for another round with Super Mario Party. Watch them run through a whole bunch of mini-games included in the upcoming title.
As announced previously, Mario Tennis Aces has been bumped up to Version 2.0.0 today. There's a lot more going on with this update than just Switch Online features. If you missed the patch notes the first time we shared them, you can get yourself up-to-speed right here.