For those of you excited about the new Mario Kart, it’s here. You’ll have to wait until Spring 2014 to get your hands on it, but there are some new features including inverted tracks that should make racing with friends very interesting. Let us know what you think about the trailer in the comments below.
- Nintendo platforms dominate the Japanese top
- Kirby and Mario Party 10 support pre-loading
- New gameplay footage for Pokken Tournament
- Kirby and the Rainbow Curse priced at $39.99
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