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Mario Kart Wii is a racing video game developed and published by Nintendo for the Wii. It is the sixth installment in the Mario Kart series and was released worldwide in April 2008. Like its previous installments, Mario Kart Wii incorporates playable characters from the Mario series, who participate in kart races on 32 different race tracks using specialized items to hinder opponents or gain advantages. It sold 37.24 million copies, making it the 9th best-selling game of all time, the best selling game of the Mario Kart series, the best-selling racing game, the best-selling Mario game for the Wii, and the 2nd best-selling game for the Wii behind Wii Sports. The game features multiple single-player and multiplayer game modes including a four-person split screen. Online multiplayer via Ninte

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  • Mario Kart Wii is a racing video game developed and published by Nintendo for the Wii. It is the sixth installment in the Mario Kart series and was released worldwide in April 2008. Like its previous installments, Mario Kart Wii incorporates playable characters from the Mario series, who participate in kart races on 32 different race tracks using specialized items to hinder opponents or gain advantages. It sold 37.24 million copies, making it the 9th best-selling game of all time, the best selling game of the Mario Kart series, the best-selling racing game, the best-selling Mario game for the Wii, and the 2nd best-selling game for the Wii behind Wii Sports. The game features multiple single-player and multiplayer game modes including a four-person split screen. Online multiplayer via Ninte
  • Mario Kart Wii is a racing video game developed and published by Nintendo for the Wii. It is the sixth installment in the Mario Kart series and was released worldwide in April 2008. Like its previous installments, Mario Kart Wii incorporates playable characters from the Mario series, who participate in kart races on 32 different race tracks using specialized items to hinder opponents or gain advantages. It sold 37.32 million copies, making it the 9th best-selling game of all time, the best selling game of the Mario Kart series, the best-selling racing game, the best-selling Mario game for the Wii, and the 2nd best-selling game for the Wii behind Wii Sports. The game features multiple single-player and multiplayer game modes including a four-person split screen. Online multiplayer via Ninte
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  • Mario Kart Wii is a racing video game developed and published by Nintendo for the Wii. It is the sixth installment in the Mario Kart series and was released worldwide in April 2008. Like its previous installments, Mario Kart Wii incorporates playable characters from the Mario series, who participate in kart races on 32 different race tracks using specialized items to hinder opponents or gain advantages. It sold 37.24 million copies, making it the 9th best-selling game of all time, the best selling game of the Mario Kart series, the best-selling racing game, the best-selling Mario game for the Wii, and the 2nd best-selling game for the Wii behind Wii Sports. The game features multiple single-player and multiplayer game modes including a four-person split screen. Online multiplayer via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection was available at launch, but was discontinued in May 2014, along with other Wii and Nintendo DS games that supported online play. Mario Kart Wii uses the Wii Remote's motion-sensing to provide intuitive and conventional steering controls; each copy of the game is bundled with the Wii Wheel accessory to augment this feature.
  • Mario Kart Wii is a racing video game developed and published by Nintendo for the Wii. It is the sixth installment in the Mario Kart series and was released worldwide in April 2008. Like its previous installments, Mario Kart Wii incorporates playable characters from the Mario series, who participate in kart races on 32 different race tracks using specialized items to hinder opponents or gain advantages. It sold 37.32 million copies, making it the 9th best-selling game of all time, the best selling game of the Mario Kart series, the best-selling racing game, the best-selling Mario game for the Wii, and the 2nd best-selling game for the Wii behind Wii Sports. The game features multiple single-player and multiplayer game modes including a four-person split screen. Online multiplayer via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection was available at launch, but was discontinued in May 2014, along with other Wii and Nintendo DS games that supported online play. Mario Kart Wii uses the Wii Remote's motion-sensing to provide intuitive and conventional steering controls; each copy of the game is bundled with the Wii Wheel accessory to augment this feature.
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