You won’t fit this track in your house, however.
Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit is one of those “wow” concepts which can’t help but raise a smile; being able to drive a tiny car around your living room and terrorise your pets is a good time, as you’ll know if you’ve consulted our review.
However, this isn’t the first time a Japanese video game company has attempted this trick (it’s also not Nintendo’s first dalliance with RC cars). Back in the late ’80s, Sega created the Sega Super Circuit, an arcade racing title where players controlled RC cars around a massive 80-metre race track, using a CCD video camera mounted on the vehicle.
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