Mario Kart 8 Deluxe tips and tricks

Preordering at EB gets you a fridge magnet.

Sam Naji, an analyst with NPD, stated that the record sale of Nintendo Switch in the month of March this year will find its mention in the history.

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe makes it flawless to use on Nintendo Switch: If you are in love with the new Nintendo Switch which was released on March 3, 2017, Mario gives you more reason to love.

"The weird thing is that, in two-player split screen Wireless Play mode, the controller options become more limited", explains Polygon.

An announcement on their website reads, "Always dreamed of driving a real-life Mario kart?". To see more tips and tricks, watch the video below. What we mean by that is it benefits those who have played Mario Kart 8 and may not feel the desire to grind through the single-player to unlock their favorite character again; but also negates the need to play through the single-player mode.

While this limitation is unusual and disappointing, at least Mario Kart 8 Deluxe offers the Switch's full suite of controller options when playing it on a TV and in split-screen with only one tablet involved.

The other big game that might be out this week is Puyo Puyo Tetris. This mode is explosive fun as you time your bomb drops to catch an unsuspecting opponent, or blindly toss a long-distance bomb in hopes it hits a rival racer. You make us comfy when we have to breastfeed, your bathrooms are inclusive, and you sell the best throw pillows and lip gloss a girl could ever want. Half of the tracks are enhanced versions of tracks from older Mario Kart games, but they still hold up very well. Plus, the player animations are significant, especially after you come off jumps. You can also have races for up to eight players with local Wi-Fi, if all players have their own Switches.

Skipping even a single coin may be detrimental to some players' game as that tiny speed boost could be the difference between winning and losing shamefully. You'll actually get to make use of Battle Mode this time around, and the multiplayer options are so stacked, you'll be eager to hunt down friends just to take advantage of them all.

  • Arturo Norris