Nintendo Switch Calendar #19: Mario Party Superstars micro-review

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How to break ties at Christmas dinner: Mario Party Superstars returns to the Advent Calendar for a second review

We thought a lot about whether to dedicate a position in the standings to the football spinoff, but given the already many places of the mustache in the Advent Calendar from Nintendo Switch we opted for one micro-review from Mario Party Superstars. You already know how we feel about this, but if you want a chapter of the party saga on your console, skip Super Mario Party and its obsession with the already fragile Joy-Con. Rather, here you can use the Pro Controller for a more traditional control scheme, a more ergonomic grip and, above all, more weight if you have to throw it in the faces of those who after the first few games will no longer be your friends.

Mario Party Superstars, seventh review of the Nintendo Switch Calendar

The premise of the series is always the same: roll dice on a board board gamehope that Lady Luck sends us good, and when it is possible to buy the various Job of the board with the coins earned during the game. At the end of each round, then, you compete in a random mini-game to compete for the coveted ten (or twenty, as the case may be) coins. What is not mentioned in the basic premise is that it is enough to get halfway through the first game to commit atrocities that can only be categorized as “the worst bastards”. Insults, delirium and laughter: Mario Party is this.

In fact, you get in the way not only in the mini-games, but also in the boards themselves. The first and second, as in The Top 100 on Nintendo 3DS, all come from previous installments in the series. The end result has a “clip show” aftertaste, but the inclusion of Superstars in the standings (thanks to the laughable competition from Super) says a lot about the type of selection carried out by the Grande N. All this, then, is also enriched by the possibility of tackling the mini-games by yourself, enriching the in-game museum by spending the accumulated total of stars and coins and, just to end up on someone’s blacklist, playing online. Amazing.

Now it’s up to you to tell us yours: what are your favorite party games? Let us know below, and as always, don’t forget to stay on for all the most important news for gamers and more. For your purely gaming needs, you can instead find the best discounts in digital format on Instant Gaming.