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5:08 PM on 03.26.2015

Super Mario series Mario amiibo releasing stand-alone April 3

The second Mario amiibo (after the original Smash Bros. line) is no longer available only through its Mario Party 10 bundle. Nintendo of America confirmed that you can buy the doll on its own on April 3. Nintendo of Canada confirmed the date as well.

Steven Hansen

10:30 AM on 03.20.2015

The Great Golden Mario amiibo Hunt & amiibo painting pandemonium!

Last night I ventured out to see if I could aquire golden Mario amiibo from Walmart as well as the Mario Party 10 bundle with the normal Mario amiibo live on our Twitch channel. It was a thrill ride that most of yo...

Jed Whitaker

10:40 PM on 03.19.2015

You missed me on a treasure hunt to find the elusive golden Mario amiibo!

Update: You've missed the stream but fear not, you can watch the replays here! In what could be the best or worst decision I've made, I'll live streaming my hunt for a golden Mario amiibo tonight. Using my technical wiza...

Jed Whitaker



Review: Mario Party 10 photo
Review: Mario Party 10
by Chris Carter

I haven't enjoyed the past few console editions of Mario Party. I felt like 8 was rushed to the Wii as an excuse to show off the technology, and it ended up being a generic waggle-fest that was a stark drop in quality compared to 7.

I never could have predicted that 9 would be even worse, introducing the new vehicular-based progression system (also known as "the car"), which tied every player to each other and forced them to ride along together on maps.

Mario Party 10 on the Wii U keeps that same format sadly, but improves upon a few other aspects of the experience. It's just not enough to return the franchise to its former glory.

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Behold, the confirmed amiibo for Mario Party 10 photo
Behold, the confirmed amiibo for Mario Party 10
by Chris Carter

Our Mario Party 10 review is coming next Monday, but for now, I can talk about select elements of it. After weeks of speculation on the supported amiibo for the newest franchise entry, I've narrowed it down by way of an in-game menu.

It looks like Mario, Luigi, Peach, Toad, Yoshi, Wario, Rosalina, Donkey Kong, and Bowser are supported at this time. That means Toadette, Daisy, Waluigi, and Spike are not supported yet even though they are technically in the game, and we haven't heard anything back from Nintendo about the matter. Wario is going to be in Wave 4, so at the moment he's completely unplayable -- odds are a lot of you don't have a Rosalina either. As a reminder, you can use your old Smash figures, you just need to delete your Smash data. 

So what can you do with the things? For starters, one of the three core game modes (amiibo Party) requires at least one amiibo to even unlock, so there's that. For supported amiibo, you can scan them in once per day to unlock extra accessories for said mode, and for every other figure (such as Mega Man, Sonic, and so on), you can play a scratch-off ticket that earns you more Mario Points, the currency of the game.

Mario Party 10 is easily the most aggressive use of the amiibo feature yet.

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1:30 PM on 03.09.2015

Here are some comparison shots for the Smash Bros. and Mario Party amiibo lines

I currently have access to all of the Mario Party 10 amiibo, which are arriving later this month, separately from the existing Super Smash Bros. line. To be clear, the new figures themselves are actually identical i...

Chris Carter

2:45 PM on 02.04.2015

Want the (non-metal) Super Mario amiibo? GameStop bundle pre-orders up

There's a lot of hullabaloo around the secret, newly discovered but unannounced gold and silver Mario in the Super Mario amiibo line, but remember the regular Super Mario is temporarily exclusive to the Mario Party 10&nb...

Steven Hansen

1:00 AM on 01.24.2015

New Mario amiibo temporarily exclusive to Mario Party 10 bundle

Mario Party 10 is getting its own line of amiibo, lest Nintendo not have multiple $13 red plumber toys to peddle. Amazon put up listings for Peach, Yoshi, Bowser, Luigi, and Toad. Every one excep...

Steven Hansen

8:25 AM on 01.14.2015

Mario Party 10 details revealed, including amiibo support

In Today's Nintendo Direct presentation Nintendo unveiled a whole bunch of new details about Mario Party 10 on Wii U. Alongside the standard Mario Party star collection mode, Mario Party 10 will have a number of new game mode...

Laura Kate Dale

10:45 AM on 07.21.2014

Best Buy is doing buy one, get one for 3DS games this week

Like the DS before it, the 3DS is becoming one of my favorite platforms. Now that we are several years into its life, it has a pretty great selection of first and third-party games. There are enough now that I have fallen beh...

Darren Nakamura

12:31 PM on 06.10.2014

It's everyone vs. Bowser in Mario Party 10 on Wii U

The Wii U could use a new Mario Party and it's getting exactly that at long last. It looks super fun! In Mario Party 10, there are new Bowser Party mini-games which let one person control Bowser using the Wii U GamePad while...

Jordan Devore







The best and worst games of the week - Game of the Month photo
The best and worst games of the week - Game of the Month
by Wesley Ruscher

Thank goodness November is finally over. It was a hectic month -- that will go down in gaming history as one of the greatest ever -- thanks, in no part, to the launch of two brand spanking new consoles from both Sony and Microsoft. 

There was also the usual flood of major releases primed for the holiday madness like Tearaway, Forza Motorsport 5, Killzone: Shadow Fall, The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds and Call of Duty: Ghosts.

But more importantly there was one title that grabbed the attention of the Destructoid staff more than any other game this month and perhaps is just the kick a certain Nintendo console needs to sell like hotcakes this winter season.

Scroll to the bottom to see our  November Game of the Month winner!

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Review: Mario Party: Island Tour photo
Review: Mario Party: Island Tour
by Caitlin Cooke

I consider myself a Mario Party veteran -- I’ve been a huge fan of the series, with a particular emphasis on the cutthroat days of the N64 titles. There’s nothing like losing the skin on the palm of your hands to prove to your friends that you are in fact the best at Mario Party.

Although the days of literal battle scars are left behind, the Mario Party franchise is still going strong. The 11th(ish) game, Island Tour is the first Mario Party title for the 3DS, so I was pretty excited to see how the handheld's capabilities played into the series. Sadly, my excitement quickly faded as I discovered some annoying faults in the gameplay.

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11:30 PM on 11.22.2013

Try playing this new Mario Party mini-game in public

Today was a big day for Nintendo as both Super Mario 3D World and The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds both came out. There was also another major first party title for the 3DS released today with Mario Party: Island T...

Hamza CTZ Aziz

9:00 PM on 11.06.2013

The Gentlemen's Club! We are ruining our friendship live!

Spencer and I pretty much agree that Mario Party 2 is the best in the series. The characters cosplay depending on what stage they were in! You haven't Mario Partied until you see Donkey Kong in a wizard outfit, that's what I ...

Phil

4:00 PM on 10.08.2013

A quick look at the new Mario Party for 3DS

While some games in the Mario Party series are easily better than the others (*cough* Mario Party 2 *cough*), I think we can all agree that each one has been fun to play. Mario Party: Island Tour for the 3DS is no different, ...

Hamza CTZ Aziz