Comes with 32 different courses. Has a ton of different powerups to keep you in 1st. The karts are customizable. Multiplayer mode allows you to play with someone even if they don't have the game.
Some powerups can be frustrating to deal with.
Allows you to create a fun town with animal residents that are entertaining to interact with. Has thousands of decorations for your home and character. Easy to pick up and play on a regular basis.
There isn't a ton of action so some users may not enjoy it as much.
Affordable. 3D looks excellent on a Nintendo 3DS. Tanooki Suit returns to help Mario float over treacherous jumps. 16 worlds to explore. New enemies. New abilities.
No multiplayer features. The 3D effect isn’t absolutely necessary to enjoy the game.
Travel through different terrain and environments. Each creature can be leveled up individually to provide hours of play. Has pretty graphics that all users will enjoy. Battle other players over the internet.
Certain battle animations may cause the game to lag temporarily.
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Whether you’re new to the world of Nintendo 3DS or you’ve been a Nintendo fan since its humble beginnings, a video game console is nothing without a variety of cool games to play on it. Nintendo 3DS games offer a wide spectrum of gaming experiences, from classic Mario and Zelda fantasy games to Pokemon, Minecraft, Kirby, and Metroid. These games definitely lean toward fun and childlike adventures, vs. more graphic, fighting-themed games. Most Nintendo 3DS games are priced in the $30 range.