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Nintendo’s first major announcement at their E3 2018 Direct presentation was Super Mario Party, a new installment in the long-running party game franchise for Nintendo Switch.
Filled with the requisite hip 20-somethings playing Nintendo Switch in hip locations, Super Mario Party’s trailer showed off a bevy of minigames, all of which play to the Switch’s various capabilities.
Super Mario Party seems like business as usual for the series, but an on-the-go edition might be the perfect addition for a console like the Switch. The game releases October 5th, 2018.
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