Mario Kart 64
Platform: Nintendo 64
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- DeveloperNintendo EAD
- Published name in USAMario Kart 64
- Release date in USAFebruary 10, 1997
- Published name in EuropeMario Kart 64
- Release date in EuropeJune 24, 1997
- Published name in JapanMario Kart 64
- Release date in JapanDecember 14, 1996
Mario Kart 64: Review
Mario Kart 64 races eight familiar faces, including Mario, Bowser and Yoshi, on four progressively tougher four-track circuits. Wide curves and gentle banks mark the Mushroom Cup tracks. Your commute gets notably tougher on the Flower Cup, though. You'll have to dodge semis rumbling on Toad's Turnpike and bounding boulders on fogbound Choco Mountain! Star Cup tracks range from the icy surfaces of Sherbet Land to the lava lakes of Bowser's Castle. The true test of karting competence, though, comes on the four tracks in Special Cup. Zip through the dark caves and green hillsides of Donkey Kong's Jungle Parkway, cling to the sheer cliffs of Yoshi Valley and hustle over haunted Banshee Boardwalk before tackling the longest track in the game: neon-lit Rainbow Road.
Mario Kart 64: Screenshots
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