Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit kicks off this Friday, bringing Mario Kart to your living room. However, it is definitely not a traditional Mario Kart experience. In fact, Mario Kart 8 was the last original main Mario Kart game released on Wii U in 2014. Since then we’ve seen Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Mario Kart Tour, and now Mario Kart Live. So we want as many NVC fans as possible to be able to answer this question for next week̵
Is it time for a new, traditional Mario Kart game?
Bonus: Want to see a new Mario Kart game on Switch, or can you wait for Nintendo’s hardware to come out next?
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Logan Plant is the production assistant for Nintendo Voice Chat. After over 300 hours in Mario Kart 8 on Wii U and Switch together, he definitely believes it’s time for Mario Kart 9. Find him on Twitter @LoganJPlant.