E3 2017: Nintendo Announces Updated Mario & Luigi Superstar Saga With Bowser's Minions For 3DS
There will be a new and updated Mario & Luigi Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions video game. Nintendo has just announced this upcoming title at its Treehouse livestream event at E3 2017. This video game is the new addition to Nintendo's Mario & Luigi series. Its release date is set on Oct. 6, 2017.
This Game Will Be Playable On 3DS
Nintendo also confirmed that Mario & Luigi Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions will be playable on the 3DS. This upcoming video game is actually a remake of the classic Game Boy game with the same title, only now, the Bowsers's Minions are added. Game Boy Advance was the company that originally released this title many years ago.
It Will Offer Better Graphics
Being an updated version of the original, Mario & Luigi Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions will offer better graphics. Additionally, the video game will also feature a new Minion Quest mode where gamers can control the servants of Bowser. Gamers will also be able to control Mario and Luigi as they explore the different worlds, search for the evil Bowser and fight their enemies.
There Will Be A New Game Mode
Everything in Mario & Luigi Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions, from actions to colors, were entirely updated to make the game compatible with the current 3DS technology. Bowser's Minions, the new addition to the game, will also have a new game mode, the Minion Quest. It will introduce a new story and feature additional characters.
Here's The Game's Core Story
The new story of Mario & Luigi Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions is about Captain Goomba and his minions. They are supposed to save Bowser for gamers. This new game will also have a new battle system and the length of time to complete the game will take almost the same time as a typical stand-alone campaign. Fans can expect Nintendo to release more details as its release date draws near.
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