At this year's E3 expo, Nintendo teased a number of games set to arrive for the Nintendo Switch, including Super Mario Party. Now, the Japanese electronics giant has given us a fresh trailer for the game, detailing all the perks that will come with it, including a huge selection of mini-games.

Players can select classic Super Mario characters to battle it out across 80 mini-games, including online multi-play via the new Online Mariothon mode, meaning you can test your wits against players from all around the world, and local multi-play with friends at home.

The games make full use of the Switch's Joy-Con controller and also feature some pretty creative of dual-screen play via the Toad's Rec Room mode. Check out the mini-games and methods of play in the trailer above.

Super Mario Party is out on October 5.

Next, check out these 'Call of Duty: Black Ops 4' gameplay trailers.

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