Mario Party Superstars Characters List

Mario Party Superstars Characters

The Mario Party series has been a key part of Nintendo’s lineup on every console since the N64 when it first released in 1998. With 17 games across all platforms, this popular franchise is back again with an exciting new installment for Switch! The game features remade boards from previous trilogy entries as well as 100 mini-games chosen by fans through polls over many years – there’s something here no matter what your gaming preferences are or which version you prefer (3DS vs Wii U).

Mario Party Superstars is the perfect game for fans of Mario Kart and Smash Bros. With an array of characters from across series, this multiplayer title will keep you on your toes with what’s coming next! A single-player mode also lets players battle against CPU controlled opponents in different scenarios like “Survival Mode.”

It may be surprising to know that there are 10 characters in total. All of them have cosmetic effects and no stat bonuses, meaning they’re not really competitive with one another- much like how Mario Party games usually go! The playable cast includes:

Mario Party Superstars Character List

  1. Mario
  2. Luigi
  3. Peach
  4. Daisy
  5. Wario
  6. Waluigi
  7. Yoshi
  8. Rosalina
  9. Donkey Kong
  10. Birdo

Mario Party Superstars Character List

The list of playable characters in this game is much smaller than what was available in Super Mario Party, with only 18 total. There are some returning faces from previous games like Toad and Bowser Jr., but not everyone who made an appearance before has returned to be playable again- or at least appear on the roster for that matter! Some new additions include Birdo (who you can’t play as), Kamek/Sky Guy Paratroopa Goomba Lakitu Thwom among others…

Mario Party Superstars offers a lot of improvement in some aspects, but it also features half the number of playable characters and lower quality graphics. The game has five different boards for you to explore with 16 additional mini games included this time around versus just nine from last year’s entry- even though there are more opportunities available overall! However one major feature missing from both Mario Parties 3D U Deluxe & Louder Than.