SEGA announced the return of the prolific Samba de Amigo rhythm game franchise with Samba de Amigo: Party Central for Nintendo Switch. The new title releases on June 30 for $39.99 as a Nintendo Switch exclusive title.
Samba de Amigo: Party Central features 40 hit songs across the world’s most popular genres including EDM, pop, and Latin. Post-launch DLC has been confirmed, so players can expect even more songs after the summer launch.
Players may customize their character with unique costumes and accessories through normal progression. A plethora of mini-games and challenges may be completed. Additionally, up to 8 players may play together online or locally in World Party mode.
Here’s an overview of the game via the Nintendo eShop:
Get up and shake it with Amigo and friends! It’s time for an all- new Samba de Amigo: a music rhythm game that allows you to party around the world!
It’s time to shake it on center stage in this vibrant rhythm action game. Amigo and his friends are back in Samba de Amigo: Party Central!
Pick up your maracas and groove to 40 hit songs from the world’s most popular genres, with even more arriving as post-launch DLC!Groove with your friends and family with different party modes! Feeling confident in your skills? Complete the StreamiGo! challenges to help Amigo rise to fame.
Strut that style by customizing your character with unique costumes and accessories.
Take the party to a global level: hit the floor with 12 Amigos and up to 8 of your friends online in World Party Mode. Show the world what you’ve got by competing on the online leaderboards.
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