Mario Kart For Wii Review

Posted: Apr 18 2008, 11:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:30am CDT, in News | Review Ticker

Mario Kart for Wii Review
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The highly anticipated Mario Kart for Wii already ships in Japan and will be released in the U.S. on April 27th. You can pre-order the Wii racing game on

Quote from the review: "does Mario Kart on the Wii do anything new or is it just more of the same only now using the Wii Remote motion sensing stuff? To start with, being able to use your Mii in a race is initially quite cool. But this quickly becomes irritating as the noises your Mii makes as you get a powerdrift boost or land a hit with a power-up start to wind you up."
Read the full Mario Kart for Wii review on Hexus.

About Mario Kart for Nintendo Wii:
Mario Kart Wii will include 16 new courses and 16 classic courses from previous Mario Kart games. For the first time ever, players have the option of racing with either karts or motorbikes. Players can also hit the road as their personalized Mii caricatures in addition to the handful of classic Nintendo characters found in the game. True to the series, the game features tons of racing, plenty of power-ups and oodles of objects for players to use to slow down other drivers. And 10 battle arenas will keep players busy between trips around the circuit.
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