Gamecube June 23, 2002 September 26, 2003 December 31, 2003 (Player's Choice) March 1, 2003 July 18, 2003 (Rumble Pak Version) December 31, 2003 (Player's Choice)
Nintendo DS December 2, 2005 November 19, 2005 December 8, 2005 December 7, 2005
Single player, Online, Multiplayer
Megaman & Mario Kart is a crossover Mario Kart game featuring Mario characters, As usual, And Megaman characters, A new edition to The Mario Kart series.
Characters are featured from the Mario series, To The Megaman series. The two fastest
Every kart shows six ratings:
Speed: How high the top speed of the kart is; how fast the kart can go. Luigi and R.O.B. have the fastest karts.
Acceleration: The time the kart's top speed is achieved when accelerating (the higher the acceleration, the shorter players wait until they reach their kart's top speed, and the lower it is, the longer they wait). Mecha-Koopa's karts can reach their top speed very quickly.
Weight: While a vehicle is heavy, the driver can knock a lighter kart. Unlike other stats, the character contributes to this stat, with Bowser's and Donkey Kong's being very heavy.
Handling: How tight the kart can normally turn without drifting. Wave Man has the best turning curve.
Drift: How tight the kart turns while drifting or powersliding. Professor Elvin Gadd has the best drifting curve.
Items: The variety of items to use when touching an Item Box (a high Items rating signifies a higher chance of getting Triple Bananas in first place, Triple Mushrooms in 3rd, 4th, etc). Bass gets the best items.
Originally, only two karts are available for each character; an Exclusive Kart and a Standard Kart. As the player wins gold trophies in the 100cc Nitro Grand Prix, the player will unlock a second Exclusive Kart for each character. When the player wins gold trophies in the 150cc Nitro Grand Prix, four Exclusive Karts from different characters will become available, bringing the total to seven karts for each character. After winning gold trophies in the 150cc Retro Grand Prix (to unlock the Mirror) and the Nitro and Retro Grand Prixs in 150cc Mirror, each character can be paired in any of the 36 karts, making 432 combinations.
The following ratings are from 0 to 10 in one-tenth intervals. The Items rating will be either 3.3, 6.7, or 10. For the three karts related to each character, each one will have one and just one of all three ratings, the standard kart always being 6.7.