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|Mario Kart Nitro Boost!|
|July 18th, 2015|
Mario Kart Nitro Boost! is a game released by Nintendo, and a sequel to Mario Kart: Double Dash!.
In Mario Kart Nitro Boost, there are six different game modes. These are, Single Race, Grand Prix, Tournament, Battle Mode, One-on-One and Team Race.
In Single Race, the player chooses the amount of racers, which can span up to 75, and choose a character. They can either choose their opponents or have them randomized. They choose a track, or again have it randomized. They then race with their opponents.
In Grand Prix, the player chooses a cup and races through the different tracks. They earn points based on how well they race.
1st = 11 pts
2nd = 10 pts
3rd = 9 pts
4th = 8 pts
5th = 7 pts
6th = 6 pts
7th = 5 pts
8th = 4 pts
9th = 3 pts
10th = 2 pts
11th = 1 pts
12th = 0 pts
The player with the most points at the end wins.
In this mode, players select a team of two characters and randomize or choose opponents. They can also choose or randomize stages they race in. They can have up to five rounds, a Quarter-Final, a Semi-Final and a Final. If they win they move onto to the next round and if they lose they are eliminated, but you have the option to take over the person that eliminated you. This continues until the Final where two people face off and the winner wins the tournament.
There are three types of Battle Mode. These are Balloon Burst, Coin Race and Boom Battle.
In Mario Kart Nitro Boost!, there is 10 characters per weight class, and the same for unlockable characters. There is also a DLC pack which includes all eight Koopalings and Hammer Bro., bringing the total to 69. The 18 characters from the Smash Bros. Pack and the 9 from the Kong Pack bring the total to 96 characters to choose from.
Smash Bros. Pack