A new image has surfaced on the web showing what split-screen co-op and the GamePad look like when playing Mario Kart 8. The GamePad appears to have minimal use as a second screen, with the ability to see scores at a glance and what looks to be a giant horn button.
Of course, split-screen co-op hasn’t changed much from iteration to iteration, but it’s still nice to see Nintendo includes this when other game developers have decided that online only is the way to go.
What do you think of the GamePad functionality revealed here?
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