Mario Party and Mario Party 2 will be available for play to Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack users beginning the following month. The launch dates for both video games have been set for November 2nd. Since the launch of the Expansion Pack the year before, Nintendo has, for the most part, kept releasing one game per month. This streak was broken in September when no new games were launched, so this could be considered a bit of make-up! Whatever the circumstances, players who grew up with the Nintendo 64 will be overjoyed to learn that these two games are making a comeback. \n \nOn both the Wii and the Wii U, players have had the opportunity to play Mario Party 2 on the Virtual Console. On the other hand, the original Mario Party has not been made accessible since its initial release in the latter half of the 1990s. The game was the subject of great debate when it was first released because specific minigames needed players to twist the control stick swiftly. \n \nPlayers who played with the palm of their hands, including myself, ended up with terrible blisters, and many parents voiced their worries. Gamers that wanted Nintendo gloves received them, but the minigames were not included in subsequent iterations of the game. That started to change when Mario Party Superstars was released the year before, but there was a caveat. \n \nIt is currently unknown whether or not the N64 will have a release in December; however, a number of other games have been revealed to be released in 2023. These games include fan favorites such as GoldenEye 007, Pokemon Stadium, and 1080 Snowboarding. The launch of Harvest Moon 64 has also been confirmed for Japan; however, it is probable that the game will not be made available in the United States.