Super Mario Party for Nintendo Switch
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The original 4-player Mario Party series board game mode that fans love is back, and your friends and family are invited to the party. Freely walk the board choose where to move, which dice block to roll, and how to win the most stars in skill-based minigames. Wait till you see the 2 vs 2 mode with grid-based maps, the creative uses of the console, and the series first online minigame mode. Boo Boomb. Test your skills in sets of five minigames with the new mode, Mariothon, and see how you stack up against players across the globe in online mariothon. Whether you are pedalling tricycles, flipping meat, or who knows what else, you will use joy-con controllers in clever ways across 80 new minigames; some are all-out free-for-alls, others are 2 vs 2, or even 1 vs 3. Toad’s Rec Room lets you pair up two Nintendo Switch systems, which you’ll lay side-by-side on a flat surface like a real tabletop game. That way you can play a mini baseball game, battle tanks in custom arenas, or even see who can match the most bananas by repositioning the systems however you see fit.
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We quickly lost interest in the board games because they were balanced too much towards luck and too little towards skill. There are very limited places where you can make decisions and take chances that affect your rank in the game. At the end, a randomizer just gives out stars and selects a random winner. The mini-games don't stand on their own for long. There isn't any challenge or drive to do more and see more.
I would have liked it to be more of a friendly competition where there was enough control of your outcome where winning actually mattered. We ended up not caring who was ahead or behind during the game. We ended up not caring who won. It didn't matter whether you bested or defeated an NPC. The game play and outcome were as exciting as four people trying to draw the highest card from a deck and playing 'war' without shuffling.
Compared to Mario Kart - sure... random items occasionally scramble the rankings, but there's a chance for a good player to keep themselves near the top. Mario Party is where you're given a random kart and character in each race and every power-up is either a Bullet Bill or blue shell.
Reviewed in the United States on 19 March 2020