Sunday, 21 October, 2018

Switch Gets Super Mario Party in October

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Sherri Watson | 12 June, 2018, 20:10

Super Smash Bros Ultimate headlined a content-packed Nintendo Direct presentation ahead of this year's E3.

While we had hands-on experience with Super Smash Bros.

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During Nintendo's E3 Direct, Nintendo released a TV spot-esque trailer featuring four-player co-op between one and two systems, even showing minigame maps being altered by the physical placements of the consoles on a table.

You'll also notice that the new installation in the Super Mario series allows players to make full use of the Nintendo Switch's innovativeness by allowing players to structuring their own fields to play the games on. Others just can't wait to lose all of their friends again since someone has to emerge victorious in the Mario Party games. Ultimate, but as the first installment on Nintendo's hand-held hybrid Super Mario Party has shown that a lot that's changed.

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.