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'Mario Kart 8 Deluxe' Review Roundup: What Gamers Are Saying About The Improved Wii U Classic

Apr 22, 2017 09:50 PM EDT


"Mario Kart 8" has been around for the past years on the "Wii U", and now it's out on the Nintendo Switch. It is fundamentally a similar game with a couple of new twists. The "Mario Kart 8" is not as energizing as the Mario Kart game, however, it is the authoritative edition of what was at that point the best game in the history of Nintendo kart-franchise.

"Mario Kart 8" on the Nintendo Switch is essentially an impeccable game, and it's completely loaded with features. Any game lover who missed the game on the "Wii U" ought to get it on the Switch. 

In the Switch version of "Mario Kart 8" players now have a feather, which gives them a chance to do a little evasive hop, a feature which allows players to carry two items at a time, which was not included in the previously launched version.

There are recent modifications in the gameplay. The Switch version of "Mario Kart 8" has an auto-accelerate and a smart steering feature to help younger or newer gamers. This ought to be a pleasant feature for younger children who are starting to learn the game reported Forbes.

According to Euro Gamer, the "Mario Kart 8" has other new features, which include an Ultra-Mini-Turbo that comes after the orange turbo and sparks pink. Additionally, there is no more fire hopping exploit, which is good. Various other little changes have been made to basic gameplay like vehicle stats.

Nevertheless, all characters are unlocked from the get-go aside from Gold Mario, but gamers will have to unlock a portion of the vehicle parts by collecting coins amid playing. Gold Mario can be unlocked by winning each Grand Prix in 200cc. It was speculated that the "Mario Kart 8" game renders in 1080p on TV mode and it plays incredibly. The game is fundamentally a similar thing with a couple of new characters, features, and a proper Battle.

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