Summary: Parents need to know that this go-kart racing game has cartoonish, mischievous violence as players try to take each other out with various power-ups. Drivers lob turtle shells and balloons at opponents, leave banana peels for them to slide on, jolt them with lightning, leave bombs for them to run...
Excerpt: I was first confronted with this situation in my local multimedia retailer. A strange elf-like fellow held these two products up before my eyes. With little to spend, I found I had to make a hard decision. In order to prevent you from facing the same situation, I've wrote a comparative analysis.
Excerpt: There's probably an unwritten rule somewhere: If you're a keen gamer, at some point you're undoubtedly going to own a copy of (or at least play) Mario Kart. The First Law of Nintendo, if you will.
Excerpt: Developed by: Nintendo Published by: Nintendo Release Year: 2005 ESRB Rating: Everyone For: Nintendo DS *Time to race...no wires attached. The acclaimed Mario Kart series has gone wireless, letting players race and battle with up to eight karts at once, regardless of whether everyone has a game...
Excerpt: Name: Mario Kart DS Genre: Racing Platform: Nintendo DS Each video game series has a high point that stands out and defines the series as a whole for its fans. After the Gamecube version of Mario Kart was released to poor reception, many people thought that the series could only get worse.
Excerpt: Developer - Nintendo Publisher - Nintendo Features 1-8 players Single Cartridge Multiplayer (1-8 players) Multi Cartridge Multiplayer (1-8 players) Wi-Fi Online Compatible (1-4 players) Cartridge Save As Mario is synonymous with Nintendo, Mario Kart is synonymous with kart racers.
Excerpt: Mario is one of the most versatile characters in the video game kingdom. If he’s not jumping on goombas he’s driving a fast ball into the center field fence. But one thing he’s never done is take his plumber’s butt online. Well, until now anyway.