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.
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.