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|Mario Kart Renegade|
|May 27, 2014|
|Media Included||Wii U optical disc|
Mario Kart Renegade (マリオカートレネゲード Mario Kāto Renegātio) is an upcoming 2014 kart racing game released for the Wii U console. It will be released on May 27, 2014 in United States, May 28, 2014 in United Kindom, May 30, 2014 in Australia, and June 1, 2014 in Japan. New elements include power-ups and online 30-player racing.
Similar to most Mario Kart Games, Mario Kart Renegade is a racing game where players race 3 laps in order to win. This game combines all elements of Mario Kart DS, Mario Kart Wii and Mario Kart 7 with all-new renegade item and online 30-player racing. Gliders, underwater racing, bikes, kart customization and coins are expected to return. Missions will also return to this racing game. Like Mario Kart Wii and Mario Kart 8, twelve racers are present in every race (with the exception of online multiplayer, which can be capped at thirthy racers). There are total of 30 racers (6 unlockable).
Awful < Poor < Average < Great < Excellent
Featherweight - Excellent acceleration and handling but awful top speed and weight
Lightweight - Great acceleration and handling but poor top speed and weight
Middleweight - Balanced stats (average top speed, acceleration, weight and handling)
Cruiserweight - Great top speed and weight but poor acceleration and handling
Heavyweight- Excellent top speed and weight but awful acceleration and handling
~ = Unlockable racer
+ = Newcomer
- Toad Circuit
- Platoon Fields
- Mushy Bay
- Delfino Town
- Luigi Cruise
- Wario Town
- Yoshi Isles
- Mecha Factory
- Flashy Desert
- Toadette Highlands
- Lakitu Sky
- Peach Castle
- Mario Stadium
- Koopa Troopa Cave
- Bowser Castle
- Rainbow Road
- DS Cheep Cheep Beach
- Wii DK Summit
- DS Figure-8 Circuit
References to other games
- Mario Kart DS - The missions mode returns to this game. Also tracks Figure-8 Circuit and Cheep Cheep Beach return.
- Mario Kart Wii - Bikes return to this game. Also, track DK Summit return.
- Mario Kart 7 - Gliders, underwater racing and coins return to this game.