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Submitted by Matt0611 1190d ago | review

Toasty Controller - Mario Kart 7 Review

From Toasty Controller...

"I can't forget to mention that visually, Mario Kart 7 looks just as good, if not probably better than Mario Kart Wii. The Wii version was by no means an impressive looking title for the console, but it sure is impressive for the 3DS. Character detail is definitely on-par with the console counterpart, and the courses look even better. Like past games in the series there are 16 new courses and 16 classic courses, not including the 3 new battle levels and 3 retro battle levels. All of these courses have an incredibly interesting and visually appealing design, and all of the retro courses have been updated and edited slightly to have the same integral gameplay structures that are presented in the new courses." (3DS, Mario Kart 7, Nintendo) 90/100

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