Mario Kart has certainly provided gamers with countless hours of addictive gameplay. What can we expect from the famed series from here on out?
Mario Kart Arcade GP 2 and Mario Kart Wii didn’t really do the famed kart racing series any favors. The games were fun, but a few choices on the part of Nintendo led the games to receive some criticism. Where will the series go from here?
Having established a huge fan base of Nintendo home console and handheld owners, Mario Kart ventured into arcades and appeared on Nintendo’s popular handheld, the DS. How would these entries stack up compared to their predecessors?
Mario Kart has entertained gamers for years. It’s a fun solo experience and an even better party game. Let’s take a look at the series’ beginnings.
Mario Kart Wii isn’t a bad game, but its overly streamlined mechanics, lackluster track design, and annoying gameplay quirks keep it from being as great as it could have been.
Incredible track design, addictive gameplay, a nice level of challenge, and online play all combine to create arguably the greatest entry in the Mario Kart series.
Some aspects of Mario Kart 64 on the Virtual Console haven’t aged as well as others. Luckily, the gameplay remains a fun and frantic experience, thus warranting a download from anyone looking for a solid multiplayer game.
Super Mario Kart is a lot tougher than later games in the series, but that doesn’t take away from its overall appeal and addictiveness; it simply adds to it.
As you play Mario Kart Wii, you may start favoring a certain character as your driver, whether it’s Princess Peach, Wario or Donkey Kong. If you want to switch up who you play as, you can unlock new characters in Mario Kart Wii by fulfilling game tasks.
Mario Kart series has been one of Nintendo’s long-lasting and popular properties, with millions of fans constantly waiting for the next adventure. Grab your Wii Wheel, pull up to the screen, and get ready to be entertained, with Mario Kart Wii and the Wii experience.