Nintendo\u00a0confirms\u00a0that Mario Sports Superstars is coming to the 3DS\u00a0this March,\u00a0along with a new\u00a0range of amiibo cards. Although all\u00a0eyes are on the Nintendo Switch, the 3DS is not dead yet. Even though\u00a0console will no\u00a0longer be getting much attention from Nintendo itself, there remains a\u00a0number of solid-looking titles\u00a0on the horizon. First up is\u00a0Mario Sports Superstars,\u00a0which arrives in Europe on March 10. The good news is Mario Sports Superstars\u00a0looks rather impressive. Featuring football, tennis, golf, baseball and horse-racing, the game\u00a0features a full suite\u00a0of single-player tournaments, plus a range\u00a0of local and online multiplayer modes. Camelot are no slouches when it comes to Mario sports spin-offs\u00a0and\u00a0have been developing\u00a0reliably consistent games since 1999. The biggest criticism you can direct at the studio\u00a0\u2013 certainly with 2012's\u00a0Mario Tennis Open\u00a0\u2013 is an occasional paucity of content.\u00a0Something that\u00a0doesn't look to be the case here. Each game promises to be a full\u00a0fledged experience, with 11 a-side football matches, and the return of game mechanics previously used\u00a0in\u00a0Mario Golf: World Tour and Mario Tennis Open.\u00a0The most fascinating inclusion is\u00a0Horse Racing,\u00a0with its carrot collecting gameplay evoking, of all things, The Legend of Zelda. That particular sport\u00a0also includes a\u00a0Stable Mode that features\u00a0petting, feeding and grooming. There\u00a0will be\u00a018 Nintendo characters included in Mario Sports Superstars, each with their own unique\u00a0abilities and attributes. It's just a hunch, but we expect\u00a0Bowser will\u00a0be big and strong, but not too agile. The game will accompanied by a\u00a0series of 90 Mario Sports Superstars amiibo cards. They will be available in packs of five and can be used in-game to boost\u00a0characters' skills. The amiibo cards unlock more powerful Star versions of the characters in\u00a0each sport.\u00a0One\u00a0randomly selected card will be bundled with the game in its initial run. Mario Sports Superstars will be released in Europe on March 10 and North America on March 24.