Born as a toy company, survived as a toy company, and grew as a “toy company”, there is something interesting about the consistency of Nintendo which is currently counted as the “oldest” gaming company not only in Japan, but also in the world.
As other platforms pursue strength and performance as a focus, Nintendo continues to explore a variety of creative concepts which can result in getting children involved in it too. After the success they achieved with Labo and Ring Fit, he officially introduced Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit which will collaborate a physical toy car, AR concept, and Nintendo Switch game on top of it. Now, Nintendo has finally shared more details.
Through a new trailer designed to explain what Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit is, we finally get more information about how the toy works and what kind of content we can anticipate.
It is recommended to be played in a room measuring at least 3X3.6m, the process of making tracks will be as easy as “drawing” using your toy car. With items that will affect the speed and stopping time of the car, this game will also provide extra obstacles that can be applied and affect your physical car if hit. He will also come with a large number of tracks with various themes, each of which also has its own types of challenges. You can play it against the CPU or with other Switch and Mario Kart Live owners in the supposedly competitive multiplayer format.
Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit itself is planned to be released on October 16, 2020. How about you? Interested in this one toy?