Mario Kart 8 Deluxe "Switch" Review

December 29, 2017

 I've just got Mario Kart 8 Deluxe for Christmas from my oldest Brother, I must say that i love it.

 

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is a updated version of the Wii U version from May 29, 2014,

The Switch version lets you play different modes like!

 

Balloon Battle: Players will ue items to pop opponents' balloons or steal them in order to get the most points.

The game mode uses the point-based set-up like from Mario Kart Wii & MK7. instead of the last man standing set-up.

 

Renegade Roundup: The racers are being divided into two teams. One team, known as "The Authorities" 

they have to use Potted Piranha Plants that permanently attached to their vehicle on front 

and only serve to capture the opposing team, they do not operate like the regular item) in order to attack and capture players from the other team, known as "The Renegades"

 

Captured Renegades are placed into one of several jail cells floating above various points on the stage. Remaining Renegades can free their teammates by driving over a key switch placed below the jail cells. 

 

The Renegades win if at least one member is still running free when time runs out, and the Authorities win if all of the Renegades get captured. All Authority team members temporarily lose their ability to capture after being hit by an item.

 

Bob-omb Blast: This mode is returning from Mario Kart: Double Dash!! Each players may attack one another using Bob-ombs to score points and may carry up to 10 Bob-ombs.

 

The rules follows all of the same as Balloon Battle, Every Item a Box gives the player one Bob-omb, and Double Item Boxes gives you two Bob-ombs.

 

Coin Runners: Originating in Mario Kart Wii, this mode was last seen in Mario Kart 7. Players must collect Coins scattered across the course in order to have the most by the end of the match. Plays more akin to the Mario Kart Wii version of the mode, with players having no limit to the amount of coins they can collect, as opposed to the 10-coin limit in the Mario Kart 7 version.

 

Shine Thief: Another returning mode from Mario Kart: Double Dash!!, one player must retrieve a Shine Sprite and keep hold of it for about 20 seconds, while the opponents use items against whoever has the Shine to force that player to drop it. The driver holding the shine sprite has a slightly reduced top speed.

 

Battle courses: Eight battle courses are present in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe; five new and three retro, replacing the repurposed racetracks used for Battle Mode in the Wii U version.

 

"Here are the Character's you can play as"

 

 

"karts and bikes"

You may unlock all of these playable karts and bikes "Karts/Bikes"

 

Over all i love this game i'll probably do a another review at some point like i said i just got the game for Christmas!

I like to thank my reader's for your time! 

 

Here's a Trailer!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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