Okay, so we're as surprised to see the sun come up this morning as we are to read a Mario Kart game is underway for Nintendo Revolution. But everything doesn't have to be a surprise, does it? We were very pleased to see the sun come up this morning actually. It meant our evening of lying under the covers in a cold sweat, again sure that the world was about to come to an end was over, the warm rays heating our souls as we sat around fashionable Wakefield brunch outlets mulling the papers over a game of Mario Kart online.
And there folks, is the seamless link to the crux of this news piece Mario Kart and specifically its now confirmed existence for Nintendo's Revolution.
In an interview with Nintendo Power, NOA's bellow-level marketing pamphlet, MKDS producer Hideki Konno explains the progress of the series.
We're doing a lot of experiments right now with the Revolution controller and obviously with the direct pointing device (DPD) and its ability to track movement and distance, he said. You know, that's huge, because that's a brand-new thing that we've never seen before in any controller. Trying to envision all the different things we could do with that motion sensor, that DPD, is a little mind-boggling. As you know, Mario Kart has appeared on all of Nintendo's platforms so far, and I think it's done its job on the DS, or at least I hope it will with what's new. So the next logical step, of course, is the Revolution. Really what we hope to do is continue to bring new and creative things to the franchise that appeal not only to our established user base, but also bring new people into the game.
That'll do for us. Expect to see something of the Mario Kart line up alongside a whole bunch of Nintendo first-party offerings at next year's E3, somewhat terrifyingly, only six months away.
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