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With Nintendo pushing for additional content with its major exclusives on the Nintendo Switch the question of why Super Mario Party has not yet received any DLC still remains. This is especially curious given the support other franchises have received and the success Super Mario Party has had.

As it turns out NDcube, the games developer, has been hard at work since Super Mario Party on the recently released Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics as discovered by viewing that game's credits. Following a similar formula to the Mario Party series, Clubhouse games: 51 Worldwide Classics focuses on replicating real life family games ranging from Dominoes, Chess and even Chinese Checkers. In addition the game features a Mosaic Mode that enables players to connect their switches together to form a larger screen and play games across the surface, reminiscent to Super Mario Party's own Toad's Rec Room

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Super Mario Party was praised for the major improvements made over its predecessors. Selling just north of 9 million units worldwide as of March 2020, the game has yet to see any additional content besides a bug fixing patch released post launch. It’s unusual for the game to not have any DLC since other similar selling Nintendo titles like Splatoon 2 and Luigi’s Mansion 3 have received multiple DLCs respectively. It’s not uncommon for a studio to have multiple projects going at once and NDcube has seen a string of closely released games its worked on including Mario Party: The Top 100 for the 3DS and Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp for mobile phones, both releasing only a few short months from each other.

The Mario Party series has had a reputation for having ridiculously obscure mini games and chance moments that could change the tide for players, based purely on luck. Though this new iteration had its fair share of strange mini games, it was praised for how it streamlined the overall learning experience giving players the opportunity to practice before the actual challenges. The addition of partner AI also helped players navigate the boards quicker with their unique dice roles. Given the positive reception of the game it’s a wonder why Nintendo didn't plan for post launch support.

There is a shred of hope however, Nintendo franchises this generation have seen significant support even years from release. Mario Kart 8: Deluxe and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate have received extra maps and characters years out with new Smash content still being released well into 2021 and with Mario's 35 Anniversary being this year, we may yet see some support.

Super Mario Party Online

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Players:
up to 4 players

Super Mario Party

Publisher:
Nintendo
Game file size:
2.8 GB

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