Remember those good times when, sometime during the late ‘90s, you and your buddies were playing Mario Kart 64? Maybe you can relive those times with a new version of Mario Kart 8 which will soon come for Nintendo Switch.
This month, Nintendo released their long awaited new console Nintendo Switch which drove many gaming companies into long sessions of testing and reviewing and got many gaming enthusiasts struggling to purchase a console before they become sold out.
Nintendo also revealed a long list of games that will get a Nintendo Switch “makeover”. Among them, there is Mario Kart, with its sharp new version Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.
The game was originally released in 2014 for the Nintendo Wii U console. It was welcomed with enthusiasm and it faced incredibly much popularity, making all those full of nostalgia happy that they get to relive those childhood moments when they got into fierce competitions with their friends while playing Mario Kart.
As the reviews suggest, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe has many upgrades and surprises which will surely make all the old fans happy, as well as bring new players into the Mario Kart family. Nintendo even released a trailer for the Switch version of Mario Kart.
The trailer features all the novelties that have been brought into this new feature of the game. It has everything one might want. There are new characters, some new courses and races, and even a new mode. This is the perfect recipe to keep everyone excited.
Unfortunately, the trailer is in Japanese, but you can still watch it and see what surprises are hidden in the new version.
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe comes with the biggest number of courses ever found in the franchise, namely 48. The beginners should not worry, as they will be able to use the Handle Assist Function that helps them drive freely without falling off the course.
The trailer also shows the different ways in which the game can be played on Nintendo Switch. Then, it presents some of the new modes, including Piranha Plants vs. Spies. This reminds of Cops and Robbers, but these cops have piranha plants that help them catch the robbers.
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe looks like it would receive the amazing popularity that all the previous Mario games have received. The game is expected to be released for Nintendo Switch on April 28th, so the excited games will have to wait a bit until they can play their favorite game.
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