Published: Fri, April 28, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Ellis Neal

Mario Kart 8 bundles out now in United Kingdom and US

Mario Kart 8 bundles out now in United Kingdom and US

GameStop features the Nintendo Switch with Gray Joy-Con and the Nintendo Switch with Neon Joy-Con in the weekly ad.

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe's controller restrictions may be disappointing to some fans, but even with this slight misstep, the game has earned widespread critical acclaim across the board. Some of these circuits will be familiar to veterans, as racers can experience blasts from the past with revived and updated classic circuits from previous titles, including Mario Kart 64, Mario Kart DS, andMario Kart Wii.

In addition to video games available at retail stores, Nintendo also offers a variety of content that people can download directly to their systems. Make sure you catch the store opening at 10 am local time.

The press release from GameStop suggests actually showing up in person to get a unit, so it sounds like they're going to be purposefully restricting sales when it comes to online purchases, which is a shame.

Renegade Roundup is the battle mode in the game where one team is the robbers who run in the track, and the other is the cops armed with Piranha Plants.

Two items at your disposal adds another layer of strategy and mayhem to an already unpredictable game.

Ever wanted to play Mario Kart in real life? According to Forbes, the price for the console starts at $299.99, while the Mario Kart 8 units on Friday will cost $59.99. Launched on Tuesday, this multiplayer puzzle game mashes up two of the most popular puzzle franchises of all time in a neat package that has received stellar reviews from critics.

Another course that's very easy to get lost in, with lots of small buildings (well, giant cakes) getting in the way and an elevated area you can jump down from.

One thing that Mario Kart 8 Deluxe prides itself on is attention to detail.

Finding the right character to go with your favorite cart could make you invincible on the track or in Battle Mode. But, it is undoubtedly this is the best game experience for any Mario fan. As such, an exact release date remains a complete mystery. While both are optional, the site claims they can feel "jarring" and take much of the game's fun away from the player. The retailer recommends customers who wants to get their hands on the hybrid console to line up early before its outlets across the United States opens up at 10 AM.

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