Nostalgic for the classic Mario Kart 64? Here are some fun tidbits that you may not have picked up in the game’s heyday!
Once upon a time, Mario Kart 64 sounded very, very different from what fans got to experience.
Reddit user Bork1138 has shared something very heartwarming on /r/gaming regarding Mario Kart 64!
Today, a really old Japanese interview featuring developers of Mario Kart 64 was finally translated into English by the folks at Shmuplations.
We all know how shelves just eat up our stuff, from loose change to, in this case, an entire Mario Kart 64 box.
Back in 2003, Nintendo’s Chinese subsidiary iQue officially released Mario Kart 64 on iQue Player (a special console that could download Nintendo 64 games) in China. But did you know it came with a few modifications?