Mario vs. Donkey Kong is a puzzle-platformer developed and published by Nintendo.
It is a remake of the 2004 game of the same name, which released for the Game Boy Advance.
Ubisoft's pirate game has debuted at No. 4, selling less than a quarter of what Sea of Thieves managed upon its launch in 2018.
The remake sees Mario on a quest to retrieve the Mini Marios from Donkey Kong. New features include local co-op, additional worlds and more.
The first four levels from the remake's first world, local co-op and Casual Style, are available to try before launch on February 16th.
Two players will be able to tackle the game's puzzle-platforming challenges together, with the second player playing as Toad.
The remake of Nintendo's classic Game Boy Advance puzzle platformer is out on February 16th for Nintendo Switch. Here's what you should know.
Nintendo's remake of the 2004 Game Boy Advance classic is out on February 16th for Nintendo Switch and gets some stellar cutscenes.
The remake offers two new worlds with new enemies and themes and Time Attack for measuring your fastest completion times.
Nintendo has announced a remake of the original Mario vs. Donkey Kong GBA game, due out for the Switch next year.
Leaks have claimed that a Nintendo Direct presentation is scheduled for sometime next week.