Here’s My Recent Experience with Mario Party

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Back when I first got a Nintendo DSi for my 9th birthday, I loved playing Mario Party with my cousins. Any chance I had, I would be playing this game with them and always enjoying myself.

But ever since I stopped playing with my DSi, I never really got back into Mario Party since I preferred to play more action-focused games such as FPS (First Person Shooter) games or racing games.

Recently, I decided to buy the most recent Mario Party game for my Nintendo Switch, just so that I could play with my friends whenever they came over. It was a lot more fun than I expected.

What is Mario Party?

Mario Party is a popular series of party video games developed and published by Nintendo.

The games feature characters from the Mario franchise and typically involve players moving around a virtual board game, playing mini-games, and competing to collect the most stars or coins.

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Here’s My Recent Experience with Mario Party

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Here’s My Recent Experience with Mario Party

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