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Mario Party Superstars

The next Mario Party entry is due out later this year with Mario Party Superstars. Five boards from the N64 era are returning, and Nintendo is also bringing back a ton of mini-games from previous entries.

GameXplain has shared the lineup of confirmed mini-games thus far based on the initial trailer, Treehouse: Live footage, and more. Get the full list below. 

Earlier today, Super Mario Party was updated to version 1.1.0 with new online functionality. Have a look at some footage showing off the patch below.

The full patch notes for the update can be found here, along with a trailer.

As reported by the NPD today, Super Mario Party ranked fifth in the United States software sales charts for October. We have a bit of additional insight into the game’s performance.

Super Mario Party has become the third fastest-selling entry in the franchise based on the first two months in market. It only trails the original Mario Party and Mario Party 8.

Super Mario Party also charted in September, coming in at #9.


Mario Party: The Top 100 debuted in Japan on December 28. Through December 31, it moved a little over 50,000 copies. Dengeki further adds that the game sold through roughly 60% of its initial shipment.

We also know that Mario Party: The Top 100 sold another 50,000 copies in its second week, so sales remained very steady. Part of that is likely due to carryover from the holidays. Even so, for the kind of game it is, Nintendo is likely pleased with how it’s selling thus far.


Nintendo has published a couple of new Japanese commercials for Mario Party: The Top 100. We have both of the adverts below.

Less than two weeks ago, Nintendo announced the release date for Mario Party: The Top 100 in Europe. The game was set to launch on January 5th next year. In a somewhat surprising move, Nintendo announced today that the game would instead launch on December 22nd this year. Usually when release dates change it means they’re delayed, so this is definitely a welcome surprise. The reasoning for the release date change is unclear, though perhaps Nintendo wanted to profit from some last-minute Christmas shoppers.


Mario Party: The Top 100 launched in North America yesterday. For a lengthy look at the game, have a look at the video below.

Nintendo has published a new trailer for Mario Party: The Top 100. You can watch the video below.

In North America, Mario Party: The Top 100 lands later this month. But in Europe, the wait will be a bit longer as we knew previously.

Nintendo has now set a European release date for Mario Party: The Top 100. As announced on Twitter, it arrives in PAL regions on January 5.


The next Mario Party game is almost here. On November 10, Mario Party: The Top 100 will be launching for 3DS in North America.

You can prepare for the digital version of Mario Party: The Top 100 by pre-loading. On the North American eShop, you can pay in advance and download most of the necessary data. Then on release day, you’ll just need a small update to begin playing.

Mario Party: The Top 100 takes up 2,089 blocks of space. That amounts to 261.125MB.

Source: 3DS eShop

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