The latest news on Mario Kart 9, Super Mario Run, and Minecraft: Xbox One is in today’s issue of Nintendo Power, with a preview of the first gameplay footage.
The game is set to launch on March 3, and it’ll be available for Nintendo Switch on March 12.
It will be available to purchase on March 23, but it’ll only be available on PlayStation and Xbox One at launch.
We’ve also got a look at the latest news and reviews from the game’s launch event.
Mario Kart 9 is an all-new adventure that takes players on a thrilling journey across four worlds to unlock new racers and new tracks.
It takes place in the Mushroom Kingdom, where Mario is battling against Bowser, the villain of the game.
The player can race as either Mario Kart (a blue and yellow version of the series), or as Bowser, and must compete against other racers in a variety of different arenas, including the Mushroom Cup and Bowser’s Castle.
Players can unlock new characters, including Toad, the legendary Toadette, as well as a number of new costumes.
Players can earn coins for completing challenges and completing events.
Mario Kart players can earn gold coins for achieving certain milestones.
The game will include all-time classic racers, including Mario, Luigi, Toad, Princess Peach, and Yoshi.
It’ll also feature brand new playable characters, as Mario Kart and the Super Mario series have done in the past.
Players will also be able to enjoy new challenges and events throughout the game, as players can use the same course twice.
The gameplay will also include a new mode called The Challenge, where players can compete against Mario and other players in a series of timed races.
The Super Mario Bros. series has been a mainstay in the gaming world for more than a century.
The Mario series has had four Mario games, Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Super Paper Mario, Super Star Fox 64, and Super Mario Kart.
The Super Mario 64 series was a spin-off game that debuted on the Nintendo 64, as did the Nintendo 3DS remake of Super Mario Sunshine.
Super Mario Advance has been released in North America, Europe, and Australia on several platforms.
Super Smash Brothers, meanwhile, has been available on several handheld systems for over a decade, with games including the Wii U, Nintendo DSiWare, Nintendo 3ds, Wii, Wii U Pro, and Wii U GamePad.