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Tesla just recently announced their brand new model, proving that even classy, electric cars like these can be owned by those who couldn’t afford their predecessors. And now, Tesla has thrown in quite a clever and amusing Easter Egg for those obsessed with one particular Mario Kart track.
One thing we at least have to give to Nintendo at just about every turn: they're creative. The company isn't afraid to go out on a limb and try something new. However, sometimes trying something new doesn't always translate into something successful, just like with their Mario Kart TV service, which is now coming to an end.
I'm sure some gamers out there have been wondering what Super Mario Kart would be like with more players. Each new iteration has seen a bump up in player count and in track size. Well, one creative gamer decided to test out what it would be like with 100 racers on the track at one time.
Mods for GTA V are finally getting to the point where we're seeing the creative boundaries get pushed to the limits and some really cool stuff is starting to emerge now that mesh imports, model swaps, custom textures and original geometry can be modded into the game. All of that is to say that Mario Kart maps are being implemented into GTA V.
According to a new interview with Examiner via GameSpot, Nintendo of America's Scott Moffitt came forward to explain why, exactly, we won't be seeing these franchises popping up every year a la Call of Duty or Assassin's Creed nowadays.
This very talented father-to-be found out that he was having another child, and a number of thoughts ran through his head, but one was the most important: How would he theme the baby's nursery?
Though the passing of Nintendo president and CEO Satoru Iwata left a hole in the hearts of many of us working in the video game industry, his legacy will live on in the games he worked on and those that he touched.
Someone took the time to completely redo the Mad Max: Fury Road two minute trailer as a Mario Kart: Fury Road trailer. It's pretty badass and features a lot of replacement items in the trailer with Mario Kart-themed items and colors.
Ranked in order from best to worst, you can check out the complete list of the items, some of your favorites and some of your most hated in Nintendo's Mario Kart series.
Luigi might look perpetually pissed-off in Mario Kart 8 but the player controlling him isn't. A new study suggests that video games can play an effective role in reducing stress.
Four new titles have been rotated in for the Club Nintendo Rewards program in May, including some old school Metroid, Mario Kart and Kirby, as well as some Brain Age goodness for those who want to give the grey matter a mild workout.
Here's a quick list of the top 10 racing games you'll most certainly want to play or at least check out... assuming you're in the mood to rev-up some engines and enjoy a laid back time burning rubber on the pavement, or rushing through the digital wind at unimaginably high speeds.
Gamers who may be head-over-heels for some intense, Mario Kart-style racing but either don't have or can't afford a Wii U, can at least take some refuge in a very spiffy alternative in the form of GMod Tower's Source Kart.
May 30th is coming and it will be a glorious moment. The Wii U's official resurrection starts on that date, because it's the day and date that one of the biggest first-party titles for Nintendo's little-console that-could launches.
Working with popular L.A. based West Coast Customs, Nintendo unveiled two real-life karts from the upcoming Mario Kart 7 for the Nintendo 3DS. The two karts include Mario's flaming red-hot go-kart, complete with wing-gliders, as well as Luigi's bumblebee themed kart featuring a rear-propeller.