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Mario Party Superstars Release Date: When is Mario Party Superstars out?

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Roll the dice! The latest title in the Mario Party series will soon drop globally, bringing classic board game fun. Mario Party Superstars will be like a blast from the past for long-time fans of the franchise, topped with 100 minigames and familiar characters. Here’s when the game will be coming out.

Mario Party Superstars Release Date: October 29, 2021

Mario Party Superstars‘ release date is on October 29, 2021, coming out on the Nintendo Switch platform.

The new title features five classic boards from the Nintendo 64 Mario Party games. These boards include: Peach’s Birthday Cake, Yoshi’s Tropical Island, Woody Woods, Space Land, and Horror Land (perfect for Halloween!). Players can also choose from a host of beloved characters, including Mario, Luigi, Peach, Daisy, Yoshi, Donkey Kong, Waluigi, Wario, Rosalina, and Birdo.

Whether on handheld mode or hooked up to the TV, up to four players can race around to collect stars on boards. Besides enabling online play, the game also allows players to take a pause and continue right where they left off at a later time.

Fans can also enjoy Mario Party Superstars‘ vast collection of minigames and save up coins for stars in the board game mode. These minigames hail from various past titles in the Mario Party series that came out on Nintendo 64 and Nintendo GameCube, like Bumper Balls or Dungeon Duos. With all of these games supporting button controls, fans can easily pick between the drifting on the Joy-Con, the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller or the Nintendo Switch Lite.

But that’s not all that Mario Party Superstars has to offer. Besides playing the minigames as they are, Mt. Minigames itself offers seven game modes. For example, Tag Match puts teamwork to the test in two-on-two minigames, as duos race to reach three, five or ten stars. Meanwhile, only one person plays in Survival mode, competing with other solos to see who can build up the longest win streak.

As the Nintendo website says, “Victory is just as sweet (and stealing stars is just as satisfying) from anywhere across the globe.”