Nintendo and Ubisoft are reportedly working on a crossover RPG game featuring Mario and the Rabbids from the Rayman franchise that is set to release for the Nintendo Switch sometime in either August or September, reports suggest. Players can also play as Luigi, Mario, Peach or Yoshi, along with Rabbids who are dressed up as the same four characters.
In fact, it will be made using the company's Snowdrop engine, which was also used for The Division. What's great, should this all prove to be true, is that the game will feature two player co-op. This would also be a great build for going online and getting started with competitive and multiplayer modes if you're a novice. As opposed to the game's Wii U version, most of the things in Nintendo Switch version are unlocked from the very onset of the game.
In the UK, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe was also well received at retail, becoming the week's best-selling video game according to tracking firm GfK Chart-Track.
The huge success of the racing game may be bad news for those trying to pick up a copy of their own - in shops at least - but Nintendo will be popping the bubbly. Not hitting with a big Zelda or Mario game didn't make the Wii U a failure, and the system had a number of wonderful titles.
The game still has some way to go to knock The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild off its pedestal.
In this Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Unlockables Guide, we have discussed all that you need to know about unlocking every single piece of kart, course, character, and even the Golden Parts in the game.
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The game is off to a strong start in both the USA and UK.
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is the sort of game that is an absolute treat to rediscover.
Nintendo of America reported day one sales of 459,000 copies, compared to the 433,900 day one sales of Mario Kart Wii just over nine years before.
Fortunately, there are developers like Nintendo Switch who have considered the options of smart steering and auto accelerate in order to help kids that are having special needs.
Our money would be on a reveal for Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle at E3 next month.
We've had some fun with the Rabbids games in the past.