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Uncredited cast:
Tomo Adachi Tomo Adachi ... Mii (voice) (uncredited)
Katsuhiro Harasawa Katsuhiro Harasawa ... Mii (voice) (uncredited)
Tomoyuki Higuchi Tomoyuki Higuchi ... Mii (voice) (uncredited)
Hitomi Hirose Hitomi Hirose ... Mii (voice) (uncredited)
Kenny James ... Bowser (voice) (uncredited)
Yûko Kaida ... Mii (voice) (uncredited)
Kerri Kane ... Rosalina (voice) (uncredited)
Samantha Kelly Samantha Kelly ... Princess Peach / Toad (voice) (uncredited)
Charles Martinet ... Mario / Luigi / Wario / Metal Mario (voice) (uncredited)
Tadd Morgan Tadd Morgan ... Lakitu (voice) (uncredited)
Deanna Mustard ... Princess Daisy (voice) (uncredited)
Ayumi Nagao Ayumi Nagao ... Mii (voice) (uncredited)
Takashi Nagasako Takashi Nagasako ... Donkey Kong (voice) (uncredited)
Fumihiro Okabayashi Fumihiro Okabayashi ... Mii (voice) (uncredited)
Dolores Rogers ... Wiggler (voice) (uncredited)
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Mario Kart 7 features an alternate first-person perspective and kart customization, and introduces hang gliding and submersible karts. Newcomers Metal Mario, Lakitu, Wiggler, and Honey Queen, make up for a total of 17 drivers.

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Language:

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4 December 2011 (USA) See more »

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A fantastic Mario Kart on the go
17 September 2018 | by OlicosmicSee all my reviews

After the release of the 3DS, many, including myself, were pumped up for the next handheld Mario Kart, as Mario Kart DS very well may be one of the best in the series, and knowing that the 3DS was much more powerful than its predecessor, it was nerve racking thinking how great the next one would be, and this game almost delivers on everything fans of the series would expect. While it doesn't quite reach the level of damn near perfection as Mario Kart DS, it still has enough to be amazing. The visuals are fantastic for a handheld, the gameplay is the best it has ever been for a handheld Mario Kart, the 3D effect is great, each track has a ton of variety, the music is amazing, the battle mode in this game is pretty good, the gliding mechanic is awesome to see here, and the fact that you can finally customize your kart and stats is just amazing. This has everything to let everyone get their kart racing fix and then some. However, while that all sounds well and good, this game does stumble on a few minor things. One of them being the complete lack of a single player VS. mode. I am not sure why this happened, as Mario Kart DS had that, and that game came out 6 years before this one. This is a strange and pretty disappointing omission, as it forces the player to drive through a whole Grand Prix just to play their favorite tracks. All the tracks in this game are great, don't get me wrong, but it can still be a nuisance. Also, the roster in this game is a bit lackluster. To this games credit, it's not the worst I have seen in a Mario Kart, but the lack of Dry Bones and especially Waluigi really hurts, and coming after Mario Kart Wii, which may still have the best roster in a Mario Kart game is definitely disappointing. I'll probably cut Nintendo a little slack because that all may be due to the 3DSs hardware limitations, but it's still worth noting. Despite the few flaws in this game, it is still a must have for those with a 3DS. as it is one of, if not the funnest racing game on the system. This may not be the best Mario Kart, but it's definitely not the worst, as it is still a fantastic Mario Kart on the go.


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