Here is the details from the E3 demo for Mario Party 10 that should give you some idea of the game and what it offers.

– Bowser Party mode lets one player to endlessly troll their friends as Bowser using the Wii U’s GamePad controller
– Polygon played a few mini-games as Bowser
– Up to four other players can participate in these minigames using Wii Remotes or Wii U Pro Controllers
– Mini-games are like the one-versus-three challenges featured in previous Mario Party tittles
– In this game, Bowser lorded over the other players and attempted to harm them
– Use the GamePad’s gyroscope functionality to tilt and rotate the controller to achieve your goals
– First mini-game placed four players in a fenced-in stone square with two lines of fireballs criss-crossing through it
– As Bowser, tilt the GamePad in any direction to move the two lines of fireballs front to back and side to side in an attempt to trap players in the fire
– Each player starts out with 5 lives
– Bowser’s goal is to knock out all 20 lives
– Second game has you holding the GamePad up vertically and moving it from side to side
– On the TV, the four players are trapped in a square with five lives to knock out
– Move the GamePad and press A to breathe fire, blowing steam until they are defeated
– Start out the game by selecting classical Mario Party mode or Bowser Mode
– Once in Bowser Mode, every minigame is run by the player who chooses to be Bowser

1 Comment

  • james braselton
    Posted July 21, 2014 6:41 pm 0Likes

    hi there great my Wii u game pad battery won’t charge up out of cycles

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