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Super Mario Party for Switch £33.29 @ Nintendo eShop
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  • Price on Nintendo eShop (inc. VAT) until 12/01/2020 when this offer will end

  • Download version

  • Earn up to 167 Gold Points (worth a £1.67 Nintendo eShop purchase discount) in My Nintendo with this purchase and use any Gold Points you already have for a bigger discount!

  • Download to your system immediately

  • Purchase directly from Nintendo


About the game

The Mario Party series is on the Nintendo Switch system with super-charged fun for everyone!

The original board game style has been kicked up a notch with deeper strategic elements, like specific Dice Blocks for each character. The game also introduces all-new ways to play, including Joy-Con controller enabled minigames, and new modes to enjoy with family and friends.

Board game play goes back to the four-player basics as you take turns and race across the board searching for Stars. You can also pair up two Nintendo Switch systems and delight in this dynamic play style, such as in the new Toad’s Rec Room mode. And, for the first time ever in the series, test your skills against other Mario Party fans in a new online minigame mode.*

With new modes and new minigames coupled with original board game play, the party starts anywhere, anytime, and with all kinds of players.

A variety of modes, including:

  • Mario Party: enjoy the original Mario Party board game experience with new elements like character dice blocks, a party system, and new boards to explore

  • Partner Party: co-op team battle mode with free grid movement

  • Online Mariothon: a Mario Party series first! Play through gauntlets of five skill-based minigames online

  • Toad’s Rec Room: A dynamic new play style that pairs up two Nintendo Switch systems for tabletop mode

Go head to head in 80 minigames with many ways to play

Fast and fun skill-based minigames that use the Joy-Con controllers in all sorts of different ways
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I've owned this and sold it on, replayability is very poor unfortunately with lack of support from a Nintendo first party (pardon the pun) game, surprisingly.

The game is very bare bones, only 4 boards as I recall with quite boring and repetitive game mechanics, also no online support which would have made the game a bit more fun (until the obvious disconnects from players)

I bought 2 extra joy cons to play this with friends/family but after playing through the 4/5 boards we found it to be a bit of a slog to get through a game.

I love Mario Party games and funnily enough I enjoyed it more on the Wii U, even though I HATED that you had to share a cart (all players moved as one) but at least playing as Bowser was good fun, thought Nintendo would have done more with this title, like release more boards/characters/online support for the main game not just the mini games.

Still a good price OP 👌🔥
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Heat added great game mate
In before someone says this is posted in a deal somewhere
Very good price, heard mixed reviews of the game but still think it’s worth it
jakethebeagles03/01/2020 17:18

In before someone says this is posted in a deal somewhere


Dammit...only reason I opened the thread
Got the game over xmas.

Ok game but was slightly annoyed that you cannot use the joy pads as a 3rd and 4th controller. The game only allows joycons, which is ok but another £60 for more controllers.
namco12303/01/2020 18:06

The game only allows joycons...


Usually Xmas + Kids + Mario Party = fun. But didn't buy for just that reason.
I've owned this and sold it on, replayability is very poor unfortunately with lack of support from a Nintendo first party (pardon the pun) game, surprisingly.

The game is very bare bones, only 4 boards as I recall with quite boring and repetitive game mechanics, also no online support which would have made the game a bit more fun (until the obvious disconnects from players)

I bought 2 extra joy cons to play this with friends/family but after playing through the 4/5 boards we found it to be a bit of a slog to get through a game.

I love Mario Party games and funnily enough I enjoyed it more on the Wii U, even though I HATED that you had to share a cart (all players moved as one) but at least playing as Bowser was good fun, thought Nintendo would have done more with this title, like release more boards/characters/online support for the main game not just the mini games.

Still a good price OP 👌🔥
Edited by: "salbero1" 4th Jan
salbero103/01/2020 18:22

I've owned this and sold it on, replayability is very poor unfortunately …I've owned this and sold it on, replayability is very poor unfortunately with lack of support surprising.The game is very bare bones, only 4 boards as I recall with quite boring and repetitive game mechanics, also no online support which would have made the game a bit more fun (until the obvious disconnects from players) I bought 2 extra joy cons to play this with friends/family but after playing through the 4/5 boards we found it to be a bit of a slog to get through a game.I love Mario Party games and funnily enough I enjoyed it more on the Wii U, even though I HATED that you had to share a cart (all players moved as one) but at least playing as Bowser was good fun, thought Nintendo would have done more with this title, like release more boards/characters/online support for the main game not just the mini games.Still a good price OP 👌🔥


I agree. Thought the mini games were a step down compared to wii u also. They felt really short. May just sell mine on also.
£28.33 through the Australian store.
Better to buy physical I guess if everyone is selling on?
I got super lucky with this game. Some one sold it to be for £10 cartridge only months ago.
It's a decent game for groups of people. I've only played it a few times so unsure on all games in the collection
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Made it to Daily Picks! On a roll this week

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Awful game in comparison to other Mario party's. To be fair, 9,10 and this are awful. Getting worse.
jeh1236904/01/2020 11:05

Awful game in comparison to other Mario party's. To be fair, 9,10 and this …Awful game in comparison to other Mario party's. To be fair, 9,10 and this are awful. Getting worse.


I quite enjoy this one actually. Yes, there should be more boards and online play on boards instead of just games, and there really should've been DLC for the game, however I genuinely do enjoy playing this and so do my friends when we play it together

Mario Party is always better with friends!
We got this last year - our kids (7 and 10) love it. Does get a little repetitive, but it's still a lot of fun.

Probably worth buying physically as the trade in value is staying very high. CEX will give you £26 cash or £31 voucher for it 2nd hand.
It was about this on amazon marketplace the other day and I picked it up, though I'd have actually preferred it digital!
It is good fun to play with the family but I agree there should be more to do on it or at least DLC available.
KarlostheGreat04/01/2020 11:29

It is good fun to play with the family but I agree there should be more to …It is good fun to play with the family but I agree there should be more to do on it or at least DLC available.


I think one of the reasons there isn't any DLC is because they're waiting for the next Mario Party (if there will be another one on the Switch that is) to include more content and boards that probably could've been used for Super Mario Party
MP Switch is 6.5/10 for me but still the best go to party game fit Switch. It has that Nintendo Life feeling where you are forced to aimlessly wander around a stupid land to access things. One player is not great.

I agree the boards are poor and too few. The minigames are good though. The river rapid section is a welcome edition. The 3DS got a few MP games so I expect there to be more with Switch.
AndrewFraser03/01/2020 17:22

Very good price, heard mixed reviews of the game but still think it’s w …Very good price, heard mixed reviews of the game but still think it’s worth it


Played a couple of times last night. Glad I did because there’s a lot of waffle before you get to the vanilla board game. However, put me in good stead to explain the mechanics of the game when we fire up multiplayer. It’s very enjoyable, but winning is a bit rigged. That said it’s good value at this price.
still way too much for what you get, if it was 20 then maybe
Does each player need there own joy con? the level I saw looked like a board game. I saw somebody mentioned that normal joypads don't work above..
Do not buy this game unless you plan to play with friends locally. Nintendo have completely dropped the ball supporting this title both online and with 0 additional content in a content-sparse game. Fun with local friends. That's it. Traded mine in a long time ago and haven't regretted it.
AndrewFraser03/01/2020 17:22

Very good price, heard mixed reviews of the game but still think it’s w …Very good price, heard mixed reviews of the game but still think it’s worth it


It's a crappy game, trust me. Another thing - a mediocre game getting cheaper might seem like a good deal, but don't waste your time on it. Save up for good games, even if means fewer, but better experiences. You won't live forever, so make the most of your time.
Do not buy this game digital as you will definitely want to re sell it once you realise how mundane it is. Look up any post on the Nintendo switch subreddit regarding it for details.
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I bought this last Christmas: played it about a dozen times, back on the shelf by the end of January. I’m only keeping hold of it as my 4 year old is starting to get into Super Mario Bros, so she might grasp some of the mini games. But, it is a bore. And the board games take an age, and are so frustrating at times.

I do get digital purchases, but I’d never dream of spending that much on digital. I like the idea of building a physical collection up so you can get a little bit back of what you paid when you sell on, can’t do that with digital.
Totally agree with the other comments, bought this digitally and totally regret it. Only played it twice and seen everything it has to offer already. If you're looking for a good party game consider getting Mario Kart or Over Cooked.
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