Super Mario Party
Nintendo has abruptly added online capacity to its game “Super Mario Party” – a full two-and-a-half years after its October 2018 release.
Today’s update brings the board game aspect of “Super Mario Party” online for the first time, while 70 of the game’s 80 bite-sized challenges now support online play.
Players will also need an active Nintendo Switch Online subscription in order to enjoy the new functionality. Friends can play together via your friend list and in-game invites, and players can also trade passwords with others online for matchups.
Life is Strange: True Colors
Publisher Square Enix has revealed the opening scene for “Life is Strange: True Colors,” the two-minute teaser serves as a character introduction for new protagonist Alex Chen who can see the emotions of people she interacts with visualized as waves of color.
The project is the fifth installment in the series and the third mainline game after “Life is Strange 2”. A Remastered Collection of the other games in the franchise will be release alongside ‘True Colors’ which drops on September 10th.
Both Capcom Arcade Collection and the remaster “Ghosts ‘n Goblins Resurrection,” previously only released for the Nintendo Switch, are headed to Xbox, PlayStation and PC via Steam on June 1st. Capcom has also announced a new batch of arcade classics for release within Capcom Arcade Stadium.
Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart
The PlayStation 5 exclusive “Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart,” a new title from Insomniac Games (“Marvel’s Spider-Man,” “Sunset Overdrive”) designed specifically to embrace the power of the new console, has released a trailer showing off some of the gameplay in action. The game releases June 11th, but a more in-depth exploration of how it’ll use the PS5’s power will take place later this week.
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