Ah, Mario Kart. Nothing has provided more people with hours of enjoyable entertainment and friendship-ruining arguments over who threw that Blue Shell and why you had to wait until I was just about to...
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Mario’s a video game Renaissance man -- there ain’t nothin’ he can’t do. Dude’s a great tennis player, masterful kart driver, expert princess-rescuer, and knows how to throw one heck of a party. Mario Party and Mario Kart both lean more towards accessibility than hardcore balance, but they still make for a good time when played with a group of friends. Though the execution is slightly different, these two mega-franchises center around one very basic idea: screwing over your pals and taunting them about it. Now let’s put them on the chopping block to see who wins out and who gets blue-shelled at the last moment.
A new Mario Kart title is going to be racing its way into Japanese arcades soon. The cool part? Namco-Bandai will be Nintendo's co-pilot!
In today's Nintendo Direct, Nintendo President Satoru Iwata announced two new Mario titles coming to the Wii U.