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Old 02-09-2017, 02:00 PM   #1
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Default Got a Nintendo 3DS months ago and been playing Mario Kart on it a lot

Thoughts about Kartrider after having played Mario Kart very seriously for a while now:

I can't stop thinking about how Kartrider has the physics and the mechanics of the driving almost perfectly. The game mechanics are great, but it's just the stupid developers with their low quality ideas, downright shitty management, and lack of meaningful updates. I know I've said this many times, and I know pretty much everybody here has this same opinion, but playing Mario Kart brought out the downfalls and the potential of Kartrider even more.

Anyways, I love playing Mario Kart though. 10 years of Kartrider has definitely helped in Mario Kart. I'm clear cut better at driving than a lot of people.

The physics of Mario Kart, especially the drifting, is nowhere as good as Kartrider. But I'll be damned, there are so many things Nintendo nailed in Mario Kart.
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