Mario Party Superstars – N64 vs. Switch Graphics Comparison

With Mario Party Superstars bringing back boards and minigames from the N64 titles, we put Mario Party 2 head-to-head with Superstars to see the graphical differences.

Mario Party Superstars is the newest entry in the Mario Party series, and with it, five classic boards from the Nintendo 64…

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  1. Can you imagine Nintendo actually designing and releasing new characters?
    Oh yeah, you wouldn't care and still prefer the same characters over and over and over and over and over and over again

  2. I'm a hardcore fan of the first three games, and, I like many of the changes and additions. Not everything is quite as I expected and I have my gripes, but, based off early appearances, there's much that I've seen that seems quite enjoyable, and, that a newcomer who hasn't played any of the first games (and, doesn't have access to an N64 or an emulator) would enjoy as well

  3. Apparently, Cast Aways and Tug o' War were known to have strict controls when they were first released on the Nintendo 64. That is why a warning was added added to them in Mario Party Superstars.

  4. Apart from not liking the fact that they didn't keep the original soundtrack, it bothers me that now the characters make noise for everything. Even by turning heads they make a lot of noise. Even by blinking they make noise. You can't even hear the game

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