Nintendo And Ubisoft Partner Up To Make Mario RPG X Rabbids For The Nintendo Switch

Loyal Nintendo fans certainly can't wait to get their hands on the still-mysterious yet hyped upcoming console, Nintendo Switch. Anyway, everything (hopefully) will be unveiled then on Jan. 13, 2017 about the home-console-handheld hybrid but we have to admit, the games that will be launched with the new Nintendo platform is pretty exciting.

Now, a new rumor surfaces about one of Nintendo Switch games that is said to be a "true successor to Super Mario RPG" (we all know most Nintendo fans have been long waiting for it), however, there is one small catch. It has been reported that Nintendo and Ubisoft are going to partner up on a Mario RPG Rabbids crossover game.

Nintendo And Ubisoft Partner Up For New Mario Game

The said Super Mario and Rabbids crossover game is said to be a turn-based RPG game called, Mario RPG: Invasion of the Rabbids and is set for release along with the Nintendo Switch in March 2017. The upcoming title is currently being developed by Ubisoft under Nintendo's guidance - making sure that the game will hit Switch launch day and is able to follow Nintendo's internal specs on how Super Mario characters should be presented.

Mario RPG: Invasion of the Rabbids

The new Mario RPG game is said to focus on Mario Universe which was invaded by Rabbids - some are friend while some are foe. It will also include a Boss Enemy, of course, in a form of a new Bowser wherein its design is based on the Rabbids. Additionally, the game is said to feature "numerous cameo appearances from the Mario series' best known characters, the core party will feature numerous, more minor characters. There is a particular focus on Yoshi as a primary party member, alongside a playable Rabbid."

To keep this story interesting, the upcoming Mario RPG-Rabbids game is reported to have a playable demo for the press to try during January's Nintendo Switch presentation. So hurray for all retro game fans! The ever-revolutionary Nintendo Switch is slated for a March 2017 release.

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