Nintendo Co. this week demonstrated Mario Party 10 for the Wii U at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles, CA.

Mario Party 10 will allow users to control Bowser to compete against four friends.

Mario Party 10In the preview, the user can control Bowser with the Wii U GamePad while four other players compete with the Wii Remote Plus.

Mini-games with Bowser included a game in which the Wii U GamePad user shoots fireballs in first-person toward opponents with the GamePad screen. In another, the user could tilt the GamePad controller to roll two fire logs into players.

Controls were solid with the Wii U GamePad and provided another layer of competition unavailable in prior installments.

The graphics engine held steady at 60 frames-per-second.

The final game will include all-new attractions and mini-games.

Mario Party 10 will be sold in 2015.

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