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Submitted by Yep 475d ago | video

Just How Exactly Would Mario Kart 8 Feel with Motorsport Commentary?

Mario Kart 8 indirectly shows its potential to become an eSport with this latest video and commentary uploaded by Alan Boiston of Team VVV, the Motorsport and simulation YouTube channel. Alan’s F1 commentating expertise adds another dimension not usually experienced in a Mario Kart game. Enjoy the thrills and spills of an authentic Mario Kart track day as Boiston’s dulcet tones get the blood racing and offer some amusement to Mario Kart through the eyes of an F1 fan. (Wii U)

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BOWZER35  +   475d ago
Really entertaining actually.
exfatal  +   475d ago
this was awesome to listening to and watch lol. wish the computer racers were harder for the demo though.
Slowbrosef  +   474d ago
it might actually be kind of cool if the computers were 150cc and a lot more was going on. The commentary made the last race a little more exciting.

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