Mario says “No.”
When it comes to the things Super Mario Party doesn’t support, there is a bit of a list. It doesn’t support the Pro Controller, nor the Joy-Con Grip and even two Joy-Con that are disconnected. On top of this, as expected, handheld play isn’t supported either.
In all honesty, this makes a lot of sense a number of the mini-games are in fact to the gyro feature offered by the Joy-Con. So if you are looking to play with others via multiplayer, docked and tabletop are the only ways to go and if you’re looking to play online with others, a subscription to the Nintendo Switch Online is a necessity.
On a more joyful note however, footage showcasing the upcoming title’s mini-games (taking from the Japanese Nintendo site,) have been uploaded to YouTube and you can give them a watch right here:
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This post was written by Jack Longman