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3.67 stars 3.67/5 Stars Average score of 3 user reviews spread across 6 releases and 0 DLC
A launch title for the GBA, Mario Kart draws from that of Super Mario Kart, looking and playing fairly similar, but actually kind of better. The control is a lot more tight with this version, and the levels are just as good, and is a ton better than Mario Kart 64. The game looks a lot like Super Mario Kart, but more sharp, with better detailed sprites, and less blocky. The same game modes make a return, such as grand prix, and battle mode giving you the same awesome Mario Kart experience you ar...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
Ever since the Nintendo 64, Nintendo has shown a desire to have a Mario Kart game on every system, even if it means outsourcing the work to a third party company. Mario Kart: Super Circuit on the Gameboy Advance was developed by Intelligent Systems Co, who you may know best from Paper Mario, Fire Emblem, and Advance Wars. The problem with outsourcing a franchise like Mario Kart is that each new game in the series relies somewhat on continuing trends of the franchise. Super Circuit does none of t...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
Game play : When this game came out of the game-boy I thought it wouldn't work as well because of the graphical issues or how the game play would work. I started playing it and I noticed that It was very fun and addicting to play. There are 3 modes 50 cc, 100 cc, and 150 cc these three game modes are fun, I beat all races in 50 cc and 100 cc on gold, and 150 cc was too hard of a difficulty. The races are action packed and it has the same feeling as playing all Mario kart games. I've noticed that...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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