Samba de Amigo Dances its Way Back to Party Central Summer of 2023

During Todays Nintendo Direct, SEGA surprised fans with the return of the beloved series Samba de Amigo with a new addition, Samba de Amigo: Party Central! This is the first game in the series in fifteen years, Samba de Amigo for the Nintendo Wii was released on September 23rd of 2008. This newest installment in the series will feature new game modes, content, music, and more!

  • Get up and shake it center stage in this vibrant and colorful rhythm action game with smooth Joy-Con controls that make the game fun for everyone.
  • Groove to 40 hit songs from the world’s most popular genres, with more arriving as post-launch DLC!
  • Test your technique in a variety of minigames and challenges.
  • Strut that style by customizing your character with unique costumes and accessories.
  • Hit the dance floor and play online in the new World Party mode.
  • Show the world what you’ve got by competing on the online leaderboards.

(Information Provided by: SEGA)

Samba de Amigo: Party Central is looking to shake up all kinds of fun for you and the family. It was announced the game is set to release Summer of 2023, so we don’t have much longer to wait until we can shake up the world of Samba de Amigo: Party Central with the whole world!

Soleb’s 2nd Opinion:

The last time I played Samba de Amigo was 15 years ago! I was at a family function and Samba de Amigo had been released about a month prior, all I can say is the music was loud and there were smiles on everyone’s faces.

This was around the time of the mega hype for the Nintendo Wii system, just that year Nintendo sold a total of 10,224,400 Wii consoles in the US alone. So of course, everyone I knew either had a Wii or wanted one ASAP!

Games like Samba de Amigo honestly brought nothing but wholesome fun to the world. Getting up dancing, jumping, and acting crazy with your family while playing a game like this brought our family together closer than ever and I can’t wait to play it with my family!



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