Nintendo has announced that two classic mario party the games are coming to Nintendo Switch Online early next month.
Sharing in a new tweet yesterday (Oct 21), the publisher revealed that mario party Y mario party 2 are the next games to join the Nintendo 64 collection via its Switch Online service on November 2.
mario party released for the Nintendo 64 system in 1999 and was the original game that kicked off the popular series. This game is a board game for four players and allows players to interact on nine adventure boards and 56 mini-games in multiplayer or solo mode.
Party like it’s the year 1999 (and 2000)! Hit some dice blocks and become a superstar in #Mario Party and Mario Party 2, coming soon #NintendoSwitch by #NintendoSwitchOnline + Expansion pack members on 2/11! #Nintendo 64 pic.twitter.com/gkoPmAPFUk
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) October 21, 2022
mario party 2 it was released a year later, in 2000, but this time it featured “Bowser-bashing board game action” with new costumes, adventure boards, and additional mini-games.
Both titles join the Building Nintendo 64 collection that already includes games like Super Mario 64, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, star fox 64, Banjo-Kazooieand many beloved games from the classic console.
Of course, those who wish to play both mario party games will need to subscribe to the Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack, which gives users access to online gaming and access to NES and SNES games, along with a catalog of Nintendo 64 and Sega Mega Drive games and various expansions for Nintendo Switch games. Switch.
In May, Nintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa confirmed that the company intends to expand its Switch Online library. He also revealed that “the total number of Nintendo Switch Online subscribers has not been updated from the 32 million subscribers we revealed last September, but it is gradually increasing as sales of Nintendo Switches increase.”
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