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Mario Kart Tour Gameplay Footage Surfaces - News

by Patrick Day-Childs , posted on 22 May 2019 / 1,448 Views

Footage for Nintendo's upcoming Mario Kart Tour game for mobile devices has leaked. You can check out the footage below:

Currently confirmed characters include: Mario, Luigi, Peach, Daisy, Toad, Toadette, Rosalina, Waluigi, Baby Peach, Baby Daisy, Baby Rosalina, Metal Mario, Larry, Lemmy, Ludwig, Dry Bones, Dry Bowser, Baby Mario, Baby Luigi, Wendy, Morton, Iggy, Donkey Kong, Koopa Troopa, King Boo, Shy Guy, Roy, Wario, Yoshi, and Bowser.

A beta is already available in Japan and it apparently confirms certain worries fans had concerning the game's freemium nature. Many will be hoping that things change between the beta and the game's final release.

Thanks, ResetERA

 


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10 Comments

KLAMarine (on 22 May 2019)

Say 'no' to pay2win.


Barkley (on 23 May 2019)

I'm fine with microtransactions for characters/cosmetics. This is the problem: "Rare drivers have advantages during races."


VAMatt (on 23 May 2019)

Lets see what the advantages are, and see all options for getting these "rare drivers" before we call it a real problem.


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CaptainExplosion (on 23 May 2019)

Video's not playable.


sethnintendo (on 23 May 2019)

There goes the video. Nintendo must have sent their ninjas.


Ashadelo (on 23 May 2019)

And the video's gone!


Ashadelo (on 22 May 2019)

Something about this mario kart just doesnt seem fun. The graphics are there the characters are there The items are there and yet, its still missing that ...... mario kart magic, hope that changes by launch


Bristow9091 (on 23 May 2019)

You have to buy the magic via ingame microtransactions :P


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VAMatt (on 22 May 2019)

Looks like Mario kart. So, I'm sure it will be fun. Microtransactions.... well, people love to complain about any monetization system these days. But, outside of the odd art piece or passion project, video games exist for one reason only - to make money. Nintendo has to get paid in some way, and history has proven that charging up front for the game doesn't work well on mobile. With that in mind, I don't see anything particularly objectionable about this game (with the disclaimer, of course, that we don't know anything official yet).


hunter_alien (on 23 May 2019)

Nope. I'm sorry but just because it is Nintendo it does not get a pass. The problem is not necessarily the microtransaction part, its the way it is implemented, something that right now looks like Gameloft level greedy.


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