Should I Get Mario Kart 7

Discussion in '3DS - Games & Content' started by Shubshub, Dec 27, 2012.

Dec 27, 2012

Should I Get Mario Kart 7 by Shubshub at 10:33 PM (1,031 Views / 0 Likes) 26 replies

  1. tofast4u

    Member tofast4u GBAtemp Fan

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    Another game I recommend that has online play is Mario tennis
     


  2. ramboismywife

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    Mario Kart 7 is my favorite of the series. It has good customizability options, as well as lots of unlockables. My favorite feature, however, is that 4 of the 8 cups are "greatest hits" cups with courses from past Mario Kart games. That was definitely a pleasant surprise the first time I booted MK7 up and saw that. I love how they included some courses from the SNES original, and that they still retain some of that 16-bit art style.
     
  3. Crimsonclaw111

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    Mario Kart 7 is my favorite of the series as well. My only gripe is that most of the "retro" tracks are rehashed from Wii/GC instead of SNES/GBA. Online play is seamless though, and the new items are good. Bringing the game back down to 8 racers is also an improvement in my opinion.
     
  4. ramboismywife

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    Really? If I remember correctly, Double Dash only had 1 or 2 tracks, while N64, DS, and Wii had lots of games. I could be wrong, though.
     
  5. Crimsonclaw111

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    Yea, my bad I meant to say DS/Wii/GC take up the majority of the tracks.
    DS/Wii/GC = 10/16 "Retro Tracks"
    SNES/GBA/N64 = 6/16 "Retro Tracks"

    The GBA and SNES tracks have much more potential.
     
  6. osaka35

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    5-10 per game? It sounds like you're unfamiliar with how gamestop/ebgames/babbages(they're all the same store now) works. They usually buy used games for a few bucks, then turn around and sell it for about 5-10 less than what the brand new ones are going for. They will never give you what a game is worth, but that's just how they make money.

    They unfortunately aren't the quickest at marking down prices though. I have seen many "used" games that are more expensive than brand new ones, due to the new games coming down in price, but the used ones not being marked down. Rubs me the wrong way.

    A lot of people don't see the point in keeping a game, and just want to make a few bucks back before buying new games. shopping there works for them.
    I keep my games and try and find the best deals on used games I can. so shopping there doesn't work for me.

    I don't buy used games at gamestop, though I will buy new games or used accessories. I mainly just shop on amazon or flea markets, as they will almost always have cheaper prices than gamestop.

    Back to the topic at hand, Mario Kart 7 is a great mario kart game. If you like mario kart games, get it. If you don't like mario kart games, don't get it.
     
  7. rupok93

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    I think you are better of selling them on ebay man.
     

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