Mario Kart Wii

Poll – Mario Kart Wii vs Brawl

Super Smash Bros Brawl is out in less than an week, but barely two months later Nintendo will release Mario Kart Wii.  The two brands may appeal to totally different crowds, but this week we want to know: {democracy:35} Let us know why you voted the way you did in Comments!

Mario Kart Wii *NOT* rockin’ the text chat

Get ready for updated graphics, 12-player online racing, new motorcycles and text chatting options that will remind you of what life was like on AOL in 1999! That’s right, it would appear as though the Achilles Heel of Mario Kart Wii when it launches later this year will be the online interaction. Which will be text based. With registered friends only. Via the United States Postal Service. W...

Mario Kart Wii details emerge, again

Like some grandiose fantasy novel about orcs and elves and the lands of men, our eyes are — fittingly — fixed on the West, where Super Smash Bros. Brawl is tearing up Wii sales charts, kicking ass and taking names like Reggie Fils-Aime, and otherwise making gaming better for everyone involved. However, in our haste to acquire every little morsel about Super Smash Bros. Brawl, and of co...

Mario Kart Wii 12-player online, wheelies set to arrive in April

We’ve touched upon the new and improved Wii-ified version of Mario Kart here at Infendo in the past, and today I’m going to start touching things again. All while doing wheelies and various Mountain Dew fueled extreme to the max X-Games tricks. First, some things have changed in Mario Kart Wii. Now it’s 12-player online, which is four less than what we knew a few months ago. Stil...

Mario Kart Wii box revealed?

Real or fake? Regardless, if it is real, that extra bulk isn’t going to sit well with big box chains like Target or even with GameStop. They hate having to stock strangely sized SKU’s because it means less space for DVD cases, etc. Plus, if it turns out to be a popular game that means shortages — not good for Joe Consumer.

NGamer: Mario Kart Wii as “nippy as can be”

The British magazine NGamer posted an updated set of Mario Kart impressions on Thursday, complementing their extensive August preview. Collectively, NGamer has provided some of the most comprehensive Mario Kart Wii coverage available and has revealed some interesting tidbits that seem to have slipped under the radar. One of the more interesting revelations from their recent preview, Mario Kart Wii...