Nintendo's Switch Online Expansion Pack will include two 'Mario Party' games

Nintendo’s Switch Online Expansion Pack will include two ‘Mario Party’ games

The original Mario Party game and its sequel will be accessible on Nintendo’s Switch Online service on November 2nd. The games were initially published on the N64 in the late 1990s and include board games with varied themes that you can play with up to four players. To progress, you roll a die, just like in any other board game. At the conclusion of each round, you play a mini-game; some are solitary games, while others need you to collaborate with or compete against others. If you don’t have someone to play with, you may use CPU-powered bots. The original Mario Party contains 56 mini-games to choose from, while the second has 65, including duel mini-games not seen in the first release.

Although these two will be accessible on the service within a few weeks, Nintendo has planned to add numerous additional N64 titles. In 2023, Nintendo will bring Mario Party 3 to Switch Online, as well as Pokémon Stadium and Pokémon Stadium 2, which are strategy games with no narratives. Because all of the games we’ve listed so far were initially published on the N64, you’ll need a Switch Online + Expansion Pack membership to play them. For an individual subscription, the tier costs $50. That’s little more than $4 per month, which is also the cost of the basic subscription, although you’ll have to pay for a year’s worth of membership at once.