During Nintendo's E3 presentation, the company started with big names like Pokemon and Xenoblade before pivoting to the party classic that everyone's been playing for years. It's the first Mario Party console game since Mario Party 10 debuted on the Wii U in 2015.
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While we had hands-on experience with Super Smash Bros. The trailer's below and there's some real ingenuity here: most fantastic part is when the players, using two Switch consoles laid flat in handheld mode, move the consoles around each other to change the layout of a minigame.
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Super Mario Party is scheduled to be released on the Nintendo Switch on October 5. Some of the mini-games also can utilize multiple Switch screens, which isn't too surprising as it was patented earlier this year.
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