“Here we go!”
It’s the third of our sporadic but ongoing series on the Mario Kart franchise and so we arrive at 2001’s Mario Kart: Super Circuit (aka Mario Kart Advance) on the GBA. This time, Nintendo handed the reins over to their trusted independent allies Intelligent Systems, for which this title remains to this day the one and only racing game on their largely stellar CV. Leon, Darren and Michiel decide if they think this handheld SNES/N64 hybrid-cum-sequel took the chequered flag, or whether it’s since been retired by its own successors.
Music used in this issue:
1. Intro/Title by Kenichi Nishimaki, Masanobu Matsunaga & Minako Hamano
2. Bowser’s Castle by Kenichi Nishimaki, Masanobu Matsunaga & Minako Hamano
Cane and Rinse 327 was edited by Jay Taylor (@JaySevenZero)
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