Mario Kart Wii Pro Reviews

Average Review Score: 8.2/10

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Mario Kart Wii Reviews

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Game Chronicles Magazine 4.2/10 Apr 28 '08
GameDaily 8/10 Apr 26 '08
GameLemon 9.0/10 Jun 13 '08 9/10 May 13 '08
GameZone 8.8/10 Apr 28 '08
Gaming Evolution 8/10 May 02 '08
GotNext 4/5 May 22 '08 8/10 Oct 15 '08
IGN 8.5/10 Apr 20 '08
Nintendo The Official Magazine 94% Apr 10 '08
PALGN 8/10 Apr 22 '08
Thunderbolt 8/10 Apr 11 '08
Videogamer 8/10 Apr 16 '08
Wii Nintendo Life 9/10 Apr 14 '08
GameSpot 8.5/10 Apr 25 '08
Gamespy 4.5/5 Apr 28 '08
Gaming Excellence 8.4/10 Jun 04 '08
IGN Wii 8.5/10 Apr 20 '08
Nintendojo 8.0 / 10 May 19 '08
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Mario Kart Wii Previews

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1UP Feb 20 '08
GameSpot Jul 11 '07
GameSpot Feb 19 '08
Kombo Wii Apr 23 '08
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"When Reggie Fils-Aime, Nintendo of America's president and resident ass-kicker, announced Mario Kart Wii at last year's Electronic Entertainment Expo, it left us with many questions. How would it control with that Wii Wheel peripheral? How will the online play work? Any new vehicles? Well, after spending some time playing the anticipated racer (which is due out this spring), we can finally answer those questions...and many more."
"The Mario Kart Channel and smooth-running online play will have you hooked for hours, days and even weeks at a time. The addition of a trick system and motorbikes should keep you glued to your system as well."
"Mario Kart Wii brings the series right back to its multiplayer-tastic roots and manages to expand in ways that only make the game better. This is by far the best installment since the N64 version, which I'm still hesitant to remove from the top spot because it's just so damn fun - but this one comes awful close."
"Nintendo has always managed to impress video game players everywhere, and they somehow manage to sell copy after copy of what is seemingly the same game for every console generation. If the game is a sequel that is one thing, but if it is a rehash then that is something entirely different. With Mario Kart Wii, however, Nintendo attempts to entice players� curiosity with the addition of the Wii Wheel and, more importantly, a new online component."
"Immediately, the new Mario Kart strikes one, at least visually, as being highly reminiscent of what was seen in Mario Kart: Double Dash!! for the GameCube, though it's a bit sharper overall."