Video: Check Out Some More Footage Of Mario Kart Arcade GP VR

Bandai Namco have recently uploaded a video to their YouTube channel which gives a good look at the awesome Mario Kart Arcade GP VR. The game is currently only available to play at the VR Zone, located in Shinjuku, Japan but take a look at the video below and prepare to get very jealous. Fingers crossed that we get to see it outside of Japan in the future.




  1. That looks amazing and chaotic . Not a huge fan of VR (yet) but this would definitely make me rethink how fun VR can be! Don’t know if this could ever make it on to Switch but if Nintendo decided to sell it as a standalone product, I’d buy it 😅

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    1. Trust me my friend. VR is the future, VR is what everyone will have in 10 or 20 years (I didn’t give an exaclty date because it depends on the country you live).
      VR is a really cool thing and I have to study it more on deep for knowing all the features and benefits that gives the VR.
      One thing for sure that the VR will let you not only to enjoy playing games but also allow you to conquer your fears, this is what I studied during the first years at the university.

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    1. I want to go to Japan one day. Also, don’t forget, in the 2020 there is the Nintendo park theme which will be the most important event in the world.

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    1. Because this looks like to be made in Unreal Engine 4 and since it is an arcade game it looks better since it is designed only to run that one game. If you are familiar with the GP series the track design is very lazy and repetitive since it has to fit the steering wheel control meaning that it can’t have diverse track design meaning while it can be more graphic heavy.


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