Step 1: get a sweet setup like this. Step 2: drink. Step 3: love/hate your friends to death.
Mario Party 10 is coming out this March, Nintendo just announced. It'll hit the Wii U on March 20.
Woah. Nintendo waited until the end of its E3 address to sneak in an announcement for a little game called Mario Party 10.
Yes, being mean or trolling someone isn't exactly recommendable or even particularly empathetic, but that doesn't mean both are completely off the table all the time. Not if you're playing a game, anyway.
The reveal of the Xbox One might have overshadowed content on the Internet this week, but that certainly wasn't the case for the craftiest of internet denizens who convert anything worthy into an animated GIF. Whether it's some sort of a video game glitch, like giant Spock's terrifying stare above, or a nice form of…
I've never met a person who likes Mario Party, the digital board game featuring iconic Nintendo characters. I mean, I know people who do like the games exist; we're up to, what, Mario Party 9 now? Someone is buying these things.
Godwin's Law states that "as an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler approaches 1." As basically all video game discussion takes place online, let's just cut to the chase and give der fuehrer's take on recent events.
We've recorded the intro scene of Mario Party 9, the ninth installment in Nintendo's popular multiplayer series that will be out on March 11 for Wii.
In today's preview of Mario Party 9, I cracked that the game could easily inspire some great drinking games. As it turns out, the guys at "Drinking Games for Gamers" are way ahead of me, putting together a game called "Mario Party Down" with rules based on past Mario Party games.
In the trailer above, you can get a bit of a sense of Mario Party 9's road-trip design, as well as a taste of a couple of the new boss battles. It's all a random, chaotic good time, though less "go team!" than this trailer would suggest.
"Are we there yet?"
Granted, it's a party on the Wii, but hey, a ton of people own Wiis! And thanks to Skyward Sword, many of us have even figured out how to plug it in to our new TVs and updated our firmware. So, should we want to pull out enough batteries to power three more controllers, we'll be able to play Mario Party 9, the many…
Say hello to the boxart for March Wii game Mario Party 9. Is it colorful enough for you? (Via the Twitter feed of a Nintendo PR person).
Nintendo tipped the world off to its coming software line-up last month, but it seems like they left a few aces up their sleeves as far as what's coming to the 3DS.
This ain't Mario Party, it's Wii Party. Nintendo's latest effort at a party game once again features mini-games. Did someone say "mini-games"?
Mario Party games, those party games featuring...Mario, aren't actually made by Nintendo. They are made by Hudson Soft. And it's no wonder they are similar to the newly released Wii Party.