To believe some of the editorial staff’s bad tongues, anything directly or indirectly related to Mario Kart will simply be out of luck. Therefore, your servant, always ready to prove the opposite, is happy to present you with a statistic that will once again show that talent is nothing. In current and real life.
After a relatively secret (given by series standards) release on Wii U, Mario Kart 8 resurrected by almost accompanying the Switch release thanks to the Deluxe Edition that has since become a Nintendo business. It’s been four years since the (re-)released racing game where everything can be changed, and it continues to tirelessly sell, including with us. Last April, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe presented itself…the ultimate luxury to become the best-selling racing game in US history., without knowing whether the two copies were taken into account or not.
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Always willing to avoid this damned blue coincidence, the shameless throne is always on top Best selling Switch games3 million copies ahead of Animal Crossing New Horizons. But while we thought many records had been broken, The publication of Japanese weekly charts makes Mario Kart 8 Deluxe the fourth title to exceed four million copies sold in the archipelago, and joining the exciting Animal Crossing New Horizons game (6.8 million), Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (4.4 million) and Pokémon Sword/Shield (4.3 million):
Here’s a stat that will apparently reassure budding pilots about the record longevity of this episode dating back to 2014. Mario Kart 8 Will it remain relevant a decade after its release? Can we hope to see a new episode arrive on the portable console that is a hit? We’ll let you discuss these questions and more, as usual in the comments below.
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