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Five months after launch, Super Mario Party finally gets its first update
Super Mario Party finally got its long-awaited first update this week, but it’s pretty much useless.
The update, released on Thursday five-and-a-half months after the game launched on the Nintendo Switch, brings Super Mario Party up to version 1.0.1. That sounds important, doesn’t it?
Well, it isn’t. According to the patch notes (note?), this update does just one thing – and that one thing is a bit of a let down.
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