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Review: Mario Kart 7 (This Is My Joystick)

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Mario Kart 7
January 11, 2012, Author: Andy Corrigan

You wait months and months for decent 3DS games to come along, then two come along at once. True to form, they both feature Nintendo’s cheeky mascot plumber, wheeled out once again to help with the console’s troublesome opening year.

With Super Mario 3D Land already released, finished and reviewed, I switched my attention to the oddly named Mario Kart 7. Well, it seemed oddly named and out-of-place at first, until I discovered that it was named so because it’s the seventh game in the franchise’s history. Pretty obvious when you think about it.

Is it better or worse on 3DS, though? Is it worth the cash? Can Mario really expect to keep his upper class lady interested in him on a meagre plumber’s salary? (3DS, Mario Kart 7) -

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