Target, a family-friendly store reliable for all your household needs, is about to turn into a chaotic wasteland thanks to a makeover celebrating Mario Kart 8 Deluxe's launch on April 28th for the Nintendo Switch.
There are a total of six new characters in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. Not only does it include all the tracks and characters from both the original Wii U game and its DLC, MK8 Deluxe adds in a whole bunch of fresh features worth looking into even if you played the original game to death.
If your kids have any trouble racing, they might enjoy the new Battle Mode types even more-instead of looping around a track at top speed, they can go around a course at their own pace to search for items and their competitors. Several Target stores in the US have already started to display "Mario Kart 8 Deluxe" marketing materials where some stores even have shopping carts with side and front decals that feature the game's racing karts, Siliconera reported. The Mario Kart elements are part of a limited-time experience expected to last only a few weeks. The multi-player game can be played anywhere starting from your TV.
A light on the back of the kart indicates when the steering is activated. The option for other Switch console users to connect and use a full pair of Joy-Con controllers during the said mode is not available, according to Polygon. To find a Nintendo Switch in stock on Easter, read our updated Nintendo Switch Easter Shopping Guide.
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The Mario Kart 8 Deluxe multiplayer situation can be dizzying, without taking into account the Switch-compatible controllers.
Are you the type of Mario Kart player that loves tossing red shells at your fellow racers to destroy their cart and their friendship? Jonathan noted that Mario Kart 8 doesn't reinvent any wheel, but it, like almost every Mario Kart that came before it, was a wonderful multiplayer kart racer that would be enjoyed by fans for years to come.
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe will allow players to compete in frantic multiplayer races anytime, anywhere, and with anyone they choose.
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