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Submitted by Pozzle 1420d ago | review

Zeda Informer: Mario Kart 7 Review

ZI: "The fact that Nintendo has taken such a significant step in the online territory only makes me excited to see what they will try in the future with series such as Super Smash Bros. And in many ways, Mario Kart has always been Nintendo's playground - a place in which they can experiment and implement new multiplayer ideas, to be utilised again in their other franchises. In the case of Mario Kart 7's online functionalities, these feats are entirely successful and they most undoubtedly make the game a must-buy for 3DS owners, fans of the series, and anyone in particular who's just looking for a fun, multiplayer racing game that they can just kick back and enjoy, by themselves or with a few mates.

The game is a wonderfully solid experience, with a challenging, blue shell-filled Grand Prix, plenty of vehicle parts to collect, ghost times to beat, and online opponents to take down." (3DS, Mario Kart 7) 4.5/5

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