Mario Party Superstars vs. Super Mario Party | Differences and similarities

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The Mario Party series has consistently been one of the best multiplayer games ever since it launched on the Nintendo 64. There have been many iterations of the game over the years with new boards, characters, minigames and more. The Nintendo Switch offers two choices when it comes to Mario Party games.

The Nintendo Switch has a choice of Super Mario Party and Mario Party Superstars. Deciding which game to choose can be difficult. Here are the differences and similarities between Mario Party Superstars and Super Mario Party.



Related: All Unlockable Characters In Mario Party Superstars

Super Mario Party Mario Party Superstars
4 boards. 5 boards.
Most things need to be unlocked. Most things are already unlocked.
80 mini-games. 100+ mini games.
Has motion control games. Has no motion control games.
4-player local multiplayer. 4-player local multiplayer.
Online game, but the game ends if a player leaves. Online game that allows players to leave without ending the game.
Unable to save game. Can record local games.
Includes special character-specific dice. All characters use standard dice.
Only random bonus stars. Random Bonus Stars, Classic Bonus Stars or No Bonus Stars.
Supports amiibo. Does not support amiibo.
Classic mini-games. Has additional games in Toad's playroom.

For more game information, see All Mario Party Superstars Boards and All Mario Party Superstars Playable Characters on Pro Game Guides.



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