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Submitted by FlameHawk 1253d ago | review

Mario Kart 7 Review | Thunderbolt

Thunderbolt - In all of his misadventures outside his platforming outings to save Princess Peach from the grasps of King Bowser, Mario’s racing has not only been the oldest series, but also the best. For his newest iteration he plays it like a sports title, bringing along the features of the previous titles and sprinkling in a few new ones. Very little has changed in between titles, though that is not entirely a bad thing. Mario Kart 7 is just as engaging and accessible as its predecessors, providing a fun experience that also contains depth within its more challenging modes. (3DS, Mario Kart 7) 8/10

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