New Mario Party Box Art Seems to Be From a SpaghettiOs Can
Someone spotted the Mario Party: Star Rush box art on a can of pasta.
Twitter user Starwindbliss spotted the new Mario Party's box art on a can of SpaghettiOs. Funnily enough, the Star Rush box art even has a grey-and-white checkered background, which is commonly shows up in Photoshop when a background is transparent. You can see the comparison shot for yourself below.
I can't believe that Nintendo recycled the art from a Spaghetti-O's can pic.twitter.com/l9u1DHkBHz— Jirachi's World (@starwindbliss) June 16, 2016
Mario Party: Star Rush features simultaneous dice-rolling and moving, so perhaps someone at Nintendo thought the box art should adorn two different products simultaneously?
The last 3DS Mario Party game was Island Tour, and it received a score of 7 in GameSpot's review. Critic Heidi Kemps concluded, "It's not a perfect party by any means, but some good design considerations, better-than-average variety, and always-enjoyable Mario thematics put Mario Party: Island Tour a few notches above your average video game bash-in-a-box."
You can see some of Nintendo's E3 announcements, including the reveal of a brand new Legend of Zelda game, through the links below.
- The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Hands-on Impressions
- Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Trailer Shows New Weapons, Abilities
- Why Zelda: Breath of the Wild's Link is Right-Handed
- Why Zelda: Breath of the Wild Won't Have a Female Hero
- New 3DS Game Ever Oasis Features Dungeon Crawling, Oasis Building
- Paper Mario: Color Splash Gets Release Date, Features Talking Paint Bucket
- New Pokemon, Free-For-All Battle Mode Revealed in Sun/Moon Trailer
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