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The Real Super Mario Kart Wii

Posted by TurtleGirl On January - 20 - 2010

I love Super Mario Kart Wii!

 
Takara Tomy has taken it to the next level and made an actual Mario Kart as seen in these photographs below, but this is just more than Mario in a remote control go kart that you might have seen before. Mario Kart Wii Vs. series has cars, a racetrack, and a system where you can use items during the race. How awesome is that?!

 
Classic items like mushrooms, Koopa shells, and banana peels are actually in the game.

 
The controller has LEDs that let you know which of the five items you have.

 
MARIO 1

MARIO 2

MARIO 3

 
- Mushroom – gives the driver a speed burst.
- Banana peel – attacks an opponent behind you.
- Koopa shell – attacks an opponent in front.
- Thunder – freezes your opponent.
- Star – protects the driver from an attack.

 
Items actually effect cars so you’ll see Mario zip along straightaways after chowing down on a mushroom. The Mario Kart Wii Vs. set has cars for Mario, Luigi, Yoshi, Bowser, and Wario. Head over to Inside Game’s report from Toy Forum 2010 to see more photos of the vehicles and racetrack

 
The Choro Q Hybrid! Mario Kart Wii Vs. cars are scheduled to go on sale in June.

 
Via Siliconera

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