The Mobile Mario Kart Game Has Been Delayed

The Mobile Mario Kart Game Has Been Delayed

The good news is that Nintendo will bring Dr. Mario to your phone in a new game called Dr. Mario World. But now they've finally given up on it.

Those burgeoning software sales gave Switch hardware a shot in the arm, with console sales rising by 19.5 percent year-on-year to 14.49 million units.

The details in the Nikkei piece seem to line up with a DigiTimes report which, citing supply chain sources, claimed that Nintendo will release a cheaper version of the Switch in 2019. This new service will be launched sometime this year. Pokemon: Let's Go, meanwhile, shifted 10 million, and Super Mario Party, which launched on October 5th, sold 5.3 million.

The quarterly results show that Super Smash Bros. The newspaper added that Nintendo has already discussed the release with suppliers and game developers.

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Sure, there's probably more all-encompassing, detailed video games than the classic Nintendo game, but is there anything that you could genuinely sit down for an hour, in a group on your own, and have as much fun playing?

The Switch's game sales have been equally strong.

It's a shame that we'll have to wait a bit longer until the Mushroom Kingdom's greatest racers hit the track on mobile, but it's probably best Nintendo takes its time with it considering the ridiculously high bar of quality the series is known for. The bad news, which isn't really that bad, is the new Mario Kart mobile game will be delayed until this summer.

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