Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Director Reaches Out To Mario Kart 7 Players Via Swapdoodle

While Mario Kart 8 raced onto the Wii U several years ago, the console’s poor sales meant that many fans haven’t played the series since Mario Kart 7. However, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe’s art director has tried to reach out to those players. Using the 3DS app Swapdoodle, Kawanishi sent out a special message promoting the new game. His hand drawn art is pretty cool, so check it out below.

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12 thoughts on “Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Director Reaches Out To Mario Kart 7 Players Via Swapdoodle

      1. That’s understood, but some people seem to think that Nintendo owes them something which I just don’t understand. The example I use a lot if the PS4 version of The Last of Us was a slightly upgraded version of the PS3 game and came out just over one year after the PS3 version. Sony didn’t give any type of discount to the people who had already bought the game 1 year prior. They did just before releasing the game decide to make the game $10 cheaper, but tens of thousands of people who bought it for the PS3 turned right around and bought it again for the PS4. I argue that MK8DE has more changes to it than TLoU PS4 had plus there will be a lot of people who will be buying it who never had a Wii U.

        If you have the game for Wii U, sell it on Craig’s List or eBay and pre-order the Switch version on Amazon (with Prime) or buy it with Best Buys Game Club and your “upgrade” cost will be very low.

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