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Publisher Nintendo Studio Nintendo Genre Racing Release Date 04/27/08

This future contract pays DKP equal to the Metascore Mario Kart (Wii) receives according to Metacritic. This contract expires two weeks after the game's release.

Mario Kart Wii hits US on April 27

Kotaku - April 12, 2008

Submitted by starship (42) at 6:03AM PST on March 12, 2008

REDMOND, Wash., March 12 /PRNewswire/ -- This year, the typical signs of spring will be accompanied by the sweet sound of revving engines and the sight of lightning-fast shells whizzing around every corner. Mario Kart(R) Wii is zooming toward its launch in the United States on April 27.
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Latest EDGE reviews: Mario Kart Wii - 6

NeoGAF - April 5, 2008

Submitted by deftangel (34) at 2:02PM PST on April 5, 2008

I don't normally post review scores but according to a poster on NeoGAF, the May issue of EDGE contains a Mario Kart Wii review giving it a score of 6. A few other interesting games also seem to be reviewed. For reference, the last Mario Kart on the Gamecube got a 5.
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Gamespot Review (8.5)

Gamespot - April 25, 2008

Submitted by Demon_Gaara007 (37) at 7:31PM PST on April 27, 2008

Even if you haven't been on the receiving end of a blue shell before, the extensive multiplayer options, deeply integrated online functionality, multitude of controller schemes available, and simple gameplay make this latest Mario Kart great fun and quite possibly the most accessible one ever.
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Mario Kart Wii IGN review (8.5)

IGN - April 20, 2008

Submitted by starship (42) at 2:33AM PST on April 20, 2008

8.5 Presentation 8.0 Graphics 7.5 Sound 8.0 Gameplay 9.0 Lasting Appeal 8.5 Great OVERALL
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IGN UK Review: 8.9

IGN - April 12, 2008

Submitted by Rol83 (120) at 6:57AM PST on April 12, 2008

Well, despite a few minor flaws - most notably the failure that is offline Battle mode - the sheer quality of this latest Mario Kart installment pretty much sits it right alongside the near-faultless SNES original. Despite initial fears, this is proper Mario Kart, and it's Mario Kart done right. It's fast, it's fun and still one of the best party games ever created.
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