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Mario Sports Superstars arrived in Japan on March 30. Through April 2, it sold a little over 30,000 copies. Dengeki notes that it had a sell through rate of only 40 percent.

How Mario Sports Superstars does in the long run remains to be seen. It could be a bit of a slow burn, with more sales coming down the line.

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The latest episode of the Play Nintendo Show is live. This time around, Andrew and Izzy share their favorite sports to play in Mario Sports Superstars. Check out the video below.

To celebrate the launch of Mario Sports Superstars, Nintendo NY held a special tournament for the new release. Photos from the event can be found below, along with their descriptions.

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In this photo provided by Nintendo of America, fans gather at the Nintendo NY store in Rockefeller Plaza to celebrate the launch of the Mario Sports Superstars game and compete in an on-site tournament. Fans played five different sports from the game and had the chance to meet Mario. Mario Sports Superstars is an action-packed Nintendo 3DS game that finds players competing in five full-featured sports: Baseball, Soccer, Golf, Tennis and Horse Racing.

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In this photo provided by Nintendo of America, Luke P., Harrison P., Natalie P., and Tristan B. compete in baseball to be named MVP of the Mario Sports Superstars game at the Nintendo NY store in Rockefeller Plaza on Friday, March 24. Mario Sports Superstars is an action-packed Nintendo 3DS game that finds players competing in five full-featured sports: Baseball, Soccer, Golf, Tennis and Horse Racing.

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In this photo provided by Nintendo of America, Simon L., from Jersey City, NJ plays Horse Racing in the Mario Sports Superstars game, which launched for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems on March 24. New to the series, Horse Racing lets players compete for the crown in three races. Mario Sports Superstars is an action-packed game that finds players competing in five full-featured sports: Baseball, Soccer, Golf, Tennis and Horse Racing.

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In this photo provided by Nintendo of America, Gia P. from Bronx, NY and Alyssa P. from Bronx, NY meet with Mario at the Nintendo NY store in Rockefeller Plaza on Friday, March 24. Fans gathered to celebrate the launch of Mario Sports Superstars, an action-packed Nintendo 3DS game that finds players competing in five full-featured sports: Baseball, Soccer, Golf, Tennis and Horse Racing.

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Along with a new trailer, Nintendo shared two new Japanese commercials for Mario Sports Superstars. See all of the video content below.

Nintendo uploaded a new trailer for Mario Sports Superstars today showcasing all of the different sports that are included. Have a look below.

Mario Sports Superstars just came out in Europe on Friday, but 3DS owners in North America will need to wait until March 24 for the game’s release. Until then, you can access the new site here. It’s filled with gameplay details, images, and more.

Mario Sports Superstars has a total of eighteen playable characters. Sixteen are immediately available, while the remaining two can be unlocked. If you’d like to know about the identities of the unlockable characters, head past the break.

Mario Sports Superstars may have launched in Europe yesterday, but it’s still a couple of weeks out in North America. For those interested in the game, you can pre-load the game from the eShop. 6,591 blocks / 823.875 MB of free space is needed to do so.

By pre-loading, you can download most of Mario Sports Superstars’ data prior to release. Then on March 23, you’ll only need a small update to begin playing.

Lots of footage is in showing four sports in Mario Sports Superstars: golf, tennis, baseball, and soccer. Over an hour of gameplay can be viewed below.

Five videos have surfaced showing the training modes in Mario Sports Superstars. Footage for all five sports can be found below.

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