The release date for Mario Party 10 is slowly but surely creeping upon us. As such, a strong marketing is often accompanied to ensure good sales. Following cues from its Japanese counterpart, Nintendo of UK will be broadcasting TV advertisements across the great kingdom.
The biggest draw of Mario Party 10 is the new asymmetrical gameplay with the Wii U gamepad. Using the gamepad, Bowser can actively party poop Mario and friends in a number of mini-games. In addition to the classic modes, Mario Party 10 features Amiibo play, whereby players can use their figurines to play games, collect power-ups and unlock boards.
Mario Party 10 is scheduled for release on March 20 for North America and Europe. For the latest updates on Mario Party 10 stay tuned at Nintendo News Fix.