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Luigi's Death Stare Is Making A Comeback With Mario Kart 8 Deluxe

06 May 2017

Before the launch of the Nintendo Switch in March, there were rumors going around about a Mario and Rabbids crossover game.

The playable characters include: Mario, Luigi, Yoshi, Peach plus Rabbids dressed up as Mario, Luigi, Yoshi and Peach. However, their information does seem to confirm the game is being developed in Snowdrop, a game engine developed by Ubisoft and previously used by them in several current and upcoming titles. The game will feature turn-based RPG combat, along with the ability to play with a friend in co-op locally.

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe for Nintendo Switch launched with the most impressive launch day in franchise history, the company has announced. Currently, the free-trial period, the paid service, and online play (for applicable modes in compatible games) will be available for customers in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.

Neither Nintendo or Ubisoft have commented on the rumoured game.

"Even if you didn't really care about Battle Mode, the smallest changes in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe refine an already great racing game".

It's been two months since Nintendo launched their new home console, the Switch, which has been met with a waterfall of positive reception and nearly instant sellouts whenever a store gets it in stock. Then there are variations on this mode, including Bob-Omb blast, which gives you up to 10 Bob-Ombs to hurl at opponents in a rapid-fire, or Coin Runners, where your team is tasked with collecting the most coins in the arena.

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However, it continues, for Switch owners and new players, the game is a must-have addition and perfectly complements the critically acclaimed launch title - Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

Mii racing suits, which you can use to zazz up your Mii characters, are shamelessly barricaded behind the need to own a bazillion (well, 20, but it might as well be a bazillion) Amiibo figures.

Fortunately, there are developers like Nintendo Switch who have considered the options of smart steering and auto accelerate in order to help kids that are having special needs.

It's the Nintendo RPG crossover video game for the Nintendo Switch you've been waiting for! But if you already have a Switch, were sitting right on the fence about purchasing one, or just really want to delve into Breath of the Wild alongside one other game, this game is a flawless companion.

We've had some fun with the Rabbids games in the past.

Luigi's Death Stare Is Making A Comeback With Mario Kart 8 Deluxe