Kart Sentence Examples
The Beni Kurt (or Kart), who had governed in Khorasan from 1245, became independent in the early 1 4th century; they were abolished by Timur (c. 1383).
Mario Kart's infamous elastic band AI has also been given the heave-ho.
We even have a kart dedicated for the disabled.. .
The CUB kart is a battery operated off road rally kart which is extremely safe for children between 3-10 years of age.
Still a good game but diddy Kong was perhaps closer to how mario kart should've been.Advertisement
Quad bikes are best described as a cross between a motorbike and a rally kart.
I don't care what your lap time was, you crashed the go kart.
The target is a time suitable for an average kart racer taking into account the current weather conditions.
The plot sees plucky, enthusiastic underdogs with a home-made go kart sabotaged by better resourced cheats.. .
The plot sees plucky, enthusiastic underdogs with a home-made go kart sabotaged by better resourced cheats...Advertisement
For the tween in your life, look for the Razor Ground Force Drifter Go Kart, the CSI Jr. Investigator Kit and the Lego game, Minotaurus, to be must-haves, along with the traditional requests for their favorite video games.
You can play Super Mario Brothers, Mario Strikers (soccer), Mario Kart and many more.
In a stroke of luck, legendary racer Price Cobb spotted Brad and was impressed with his kart handling.
Mario Kart 3DS is the 3D version of their popular Mario Kart franchise.
In addition to the various cheat codes that can be used in this popular racing game, you may also want to read through certain walkthroughs and guides for more information on Mario Kart Wii.Advertisement
Get behind another kart on a longer straightaway and stay directly behind him or her.
Mario Kart Wii is already a lot of fun, but you can still find one of the best multiplayer experiences with Mario Kart 64, which was originally released on the Nintendo 64.
There are many different characters available in Mario Kart Wii, but like Super Smash Bros.
Mario Kart DS for the Nintendo DS, a kart-racing game featuring many Nintendo characters, has sold just over 10 million copies.
Mario Kart DS is an excellent installment in the Mario Kart series, but it's also a really good game on its own.Advertisement
Sure, it doesn't quite match to the 3D splendor of Mario Kart 64, but the game is an amazing title that everyone should own.
Mario Kart Wii, for instance, comes with a single Wii Wheel.
They promised plenty of stock with Mario Kart Wii and so far that has been true.
Mario Kart seems to have a steady stream of players.
Race against friends in Mario Kart Wii and participate in a range of mini-games with Wii Sports Resort.Advertisement
A bundle deal usually includes a game and a special controller, such as the Mario Kart bundle, which included a steering wheel along with the game.
Most people familiar with the Mario Kart franchise will know that you have an opportunity to unlock additional characters, karts, and courses by winning circuits.
Part of the fun is tossing obstacles into your co-players dance routines and disrupting their rhythm, which is almost but not quite as satisfying as pelting friends with obstacles in Mario Kart.
Take the Mario Kart series, for example.
The single-player mode may be fun and all, but it's multiplayer where that game shines (with Mario Kart DS, you can even go online and challenge racers from all around the world).
Locally, you can have a race with up to seven other speed freaks in Mario Kart DS.
Handheld Mario Kart fans will have to wait a little longer than expected.
Mario Kart DS has been delayed until November 14th.
Strong selling points for the system are its compact size, superior technology, low price and well-known franchise games such as Metroid, Mario Kart, The Legend of Zelda and many more.
Then look no further than Mario Kart Super Circuit.
While certainly not as complex as games like Mario Kart Wii and Rock Band, Hasbro Family Game Night can be a refreshing diversion during a family gathering or party.
Other game bundles, like the Mario Kart bundle, package the game and steering wheel together.
With Mario Kart Wii, players are given the option of holding the Wii Remote horizontally (much like an NES controller).
Racing fans can always get a kick out of Mario Kart games and Mario Kart DS is no exception.
Another entertaining game in the Mario Kart series, Mario Kart Super Circuit takes the same ease of use found in other Mario games and throws racing (and banana peels) into the mix.
Choose one of many kart racers from Nintendo's world of characters -- Yoshi, Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach, etc. Then take on other racers and race around wacky courses for the top prize.
Nintendo's first online-enabled game using their free Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection service, Mario Kart DS allows you to go kart-to-kart against any player in the world.
As if that weren't enough, tons of extra tracks, unlockables, new racers, and nostalgic tear-jerkers are here, making it the finest Mario Kart game to date.
Mario Kart DS uses only a few of the unique features of the DS, but why mess with perfection?
Controlling your kart is handled with the d-pad (the touch screen is rarely used in the game), while A accelerates, B brakes, R hops, and L/X use items.
This title borrows the best elements from the previous four Mario Kart games and adds some great new bits.
The other racers are a little more cut-throat in Mario Kart DS.
Half of these are retro tracks from the previous Mario Kart games, but half are brand spanking new and a lot of fun to play.
Even if you're a hermit living in the forest far from a wireless internet connection, Mario Kart DS will still tickle your fancy.
The single player mode is more robust than previous Kart incarnations.
Finding opponents to battle against is easier than ever with the online service, and Mario Kart DS offers single-cart wireless multiplayer within a radius of 100 feet.
Online Mario Kart DS is easy, free, and fun.
A definite thumbs up to Nintendo's latest Mario Kart game.
Mario Kart DS piles everything classic from the Mario Kart series into one postage-sized DS game.
Super Mario Kart was released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) and began a slow and quiet revolution.
Racing games traditionally attempted to simulate real-life physics, but Mario Kart did just the opposite.
The original that started it all, Super Mario Kart was a powerhouse even in its own time.
The formula for cartoon racers begun by Super Mario Kart has been imitated by several other developers, usually with little success.
Crash Nitro Kart, Megaman Battle and Chase and Bomberman Kart are just a few.
The long life of the Super Nintendo passed and no sequel to Super Mario Kart was ever seen.
Mario Kart 64 introduced full 3D gameplay while remaining remarkably faithful to the original.
Mario Kart 64 is arguably the most popular Mario Kart game to date.
Two more Mario Kart games were released in the early 2000s.
Mario Kart Super Circuit became the first portable Mario Kart game when it hit the Game Boy Advance in 2001.
Nintendo promised a new Mario Kart title for the DS system, and in November of 2005 fans got their wish.
Mario Kart DS takes advantage of Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection to allow for online wireless play against anyone in the world.
The game is more similar to the fan-favorite Mario Kart titles and even features tracks from the retro games.
With the upcoming Nintendo Revolution console with it's innovative control mechanism, fans have already begun speculation as to what Mario Kart will be like on the new platform.
If you've been alive in the past decade, you've heard of at least one Mario Kart title.
Beginning with the stellar Super Mario Kart back in the days of the Super Nintendo, the racing genre was broken wide open.
A successful sequel on the Nintendo 64 improved on the formula, and now the Game Boy Advance finally has its own Mario Kart.
The basic Mario Kart mold from the old days goes largely unchanged in this incarnation.
If you haven't been a Mario Kart addict since day one, you won't notice a thing.
If you can stave the pangs of nostalgia, Mario Kart Super Circuit will delight the pants off of you.
As with previous Mario Kart titles, Mario Kart Super Circuit comes packed with secrets.
As you zip around corners and throw turtle shells, you may be interested to learn about some of the available Mario Kart Wii cheats.
As was the case with previous titles in the series like Mario Kart DS, there are several Mario Kart Wii cheats that are designed to add more features to your wild racing adventure.
This racing game is easily the biggest in the Mario Kart franchise to date.
When you first start with Mario Kart Wii, there are a total of four different cups that you can enjoy within the Grand Prix game mode.
Each character in Mario Kart Wii starts out with a small selection of karts and bikes, but this selection can be expanded by unlocking more vehicles.
If you enjoyed the previous Mario Kart games, then this Mario Kart Wii review is for you.
Realistically, there isn't much to Mario Kart Wii that you wouldn't have already experienced in one of the other Mario Kart games.
Unlike previous Mario Kart games, however, Mario Kart Wii expands the number of racers that can participate in a single game at a time.
Reviewing Mario Kart Wii, you'll find that Nintendo has provided an equal sample of new and retro tracks.
Four of these cups contain only new tracks, whereas the other four contain only tracks that you would have encountered in earlier Mario Kart games.
Beyond these initial 12 characters, there are also several characters that can be unlocked by achieving certain feats in Mario Kart Wii.
Like the more recent versions of Mario Kart, the Wii game lets you choose from a few different karts for each character.
Unlike other games, however, Mario Kart Wii also introduces motorcycles!
The graphics are colorful and the action is intense, but the biggest highlight to this Mario Kart Wii review is the online multiplayer action.
Both racing and battle modes are available for online play in Mario Kart Wii.
So what's the verdict of this Mario Kart Wii review?
The game may not be revolutionary in any sense of the word, but Mario Kart Wii is going to provide hours, days, and months of fun for the entire family.
This is somewhat in contrast to some Mario Kart games where Easter Eggs and little tricks can get you ahead of the competition.
Unleash your Mii creation on the world through the Mii Channel and watch your Mii show up in the unlikeliest of places, like the ranking screen of the Mario Kart Channel.
This particular title takes a similar approach to racing as a game like Mario Kart DS.
Whatever the public saw in the little guy, motivated Naughty Dog to create two sequels and a Crash Kart racing game.
Four controller ports could be found on the front of the console, emphasizing multi-player capabilities (four-way deathmatches and races became incredibly popular in Goldeneye 007 and Mario Kart 64).
No more thumb cramps when you play Mario Kart DS.
Joining the launch of the wireless network is Mario Kart DS, a hotly anticipated game that features four-player Wi-Fi races and battles.
Nintendo will also be releasing a special bundle (pictured below) featuring a Hot Rod Red DS, Mario Kart DS game and a checkered wrist strap.
Among some of the highlights are Mario Kart Wii, Punch-Out!!
Just as Nintendo did with Mario Kart, the classic pugilist-inspired video game has been reborn on the current console as Punch-Out!
Super Mario Kart (1992) was introduced in the same year, but it was released on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, rather than being released in arcades.
For all these reasons, it should come as little surprise that Mario Kart DS has consistently been considered one of the best Nintendo DS games ever available.
Just as he was able to race around in Mario Kart Wii, R.O.B. can do battle here as well.
Mario Kart Wii is an essential game for the Wii because of great multiplayer gameplay both online or offline.
Before there was Mario Kart DS and such a thing as the Nintendo Wi-Fi connection, there was a little gem of a racer that went by the name of Mario Kart 64.
This is not to say that the Nintendo DS is just for kids, because games like Brain Age, Mario Kart DS, and Trauma Center can appeal to gamers of all ages!
Ever sat down for a round of Mario Kart with your Aunt Edna and her poodle?
The Kart Racing event gets you to zip around track on four wheels.
Popular all the way back to the SNES, Mario Kart uses the well-known characters of Nintendo in a kart racing game.
Are you looking to race with some Nintendo Wii Mario Kart?
Contrary to popular belief, there is actually more than one way to play Wii Mario Kart.
There is the newer Mario Kart that makes use of the new Wii Remote motion-sensing controls, but there is also a classic racing game that may bring back some nostalgic memories.
Mario Kart Wii was released worldwide in April 2008, inviting both old and new generations of gamers into a racing circuit populated by the likes of Diddy Kong, Dry Bones, Luigi, R.O.B.
Aside from the ability to play online via the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, perhaps the most notable feature of this Wii Mario Kart game is the opportunity to use one of four different control schemes.
Mario Kart Wii came bundled with the new Wii Wheel accessory.
You insert the Wii Remote into this wheel and steer as if you were really driving the kart!
For more on this Wii Mario Kart game, be sure to check out our full review.
Another Mario Kart game that is available on the Nintendo Wii is Mario Kart 64.
This Wii Mario Kart game can be picked up through the Wii Virtual Console for 1,000 Wii Points.
While there have been other Mario Kart games on the Game Boy Advance and Nintendo DS, many have argued that Mario Kart 64 is one of the best in the series.
It dramatically improved the graphics over the Super Nintendo Mario Kart game, offering three-dimensional item blocks and other upgrades.
The battle mode in Mario Kart 64 is of great appeal as well, so if you want a Wii Mario Kart game, you may want to consider Mario Kart 64 on the Virtual Console as well.
As you look for more Wii Mario Kart games, it is very possible that Nintendo could have new versions to come.
It is also possible that the SNES Mario Kart could be released on the Virtual Console.
The unique feature of this GameCube racing game is that each kart is occupied by not one, but two characters.
It includes three control schemes, kart color changing, and ghost races.
Another Mission District staple, the Magic Curry Kart really is a cart - and a very popular one at that.
For more up to the moment information, you can follow the Magic Curry Kart on Twitter as well.
With its low center of gravity it has been likened to driving a go kart on ever-changing tracks.
The tracks are also on a much smaller scale, making kart racing more accessible to the people.
Swamp Kart Speedway can be found on the Game Boy Advance, Shrek Kart is on the iPhone OS (via the App Store), and Shrek Smash n' Crash Racing was released on the GameCube, PS2, PSP, Nintendo DS, and Game Boy Advance.