Super Mario Party is an OK game. The concept is fine. The minigames are decent. The whole thing is so mediocre.
Super Mario Party, the 11th Mario Party game for home consoles and the first on Nintendo Switch, takes the 20-year-old series and does almost nothing new with it. When playing it with a friend, it was fine. When playing it by myself, it was aggressively boring.
Like all of its predecessors, Super Mario Party is basically a digital board game starring characters from the Super Mario universe, where players roll dice to move around a board and collect coins to find and buy randomly located stars — the player with the most stars wins. Read more…
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