Mario Party: The Top 100 release date brought forward to December 22 in Europe

Mini-game compilation due out two weeks earlier than planned.

Mario Party: The Top 100

Nintendo has moved up the release date of Mario Party: The Top 100 in Europe from its previously planned January 5, 2018 to December 22, 2017.

In North America, the 3DS party mini-game compilation launched on November 10. In Japan, it will launch on December 28.

Here’s an overview of the game, via its official website:

About

The fun comes faster than ever with this collection of the top 100 minigames from all ten Mario Party series console games. Test your memory, speed, and luck in a variety of multiplayer minigame types. Thanks to the Nintendo 3DS family systems’ Download Play feature, up to four players can join the party on their own game system with just one game card!

Key Features

  • Speed things up with simple minigame instructions and a Favorites options for quick selection. You can even set the number of turns for board-game play!
  • Play 100 different minigames—the largest number of minigames in a single Mario Party series game.
  • Invite friends to join the party via local wireless or Download Play*, which lets up to four people play on their own systems with just one game card.

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