After seeing Super Mario Party announced at E3 2018, it looks like the series have gone back to its roots. The awful car mechanic was gone and the minigames really looked fun. It was almost like it was under a completely different development team. This is not the case however as ND Cube have been confirmed to have developed Super Mario Party, as stated by the Australian Classification Board.
ND Cube have been working on the Mario Party games since the 9th entry, so with about 3 games under their belt already, hopefully game number four AKA Super Mario Party will be the game everybody wants on Switch.
Source: GoNintendoTags: Australian Classification Board, Gaming, Go Nintendo, Nd Cube, Nintendo, Nintendo Switch, Super Mario Party, videogames
This post was written by Mike Scorpio