Top 10 Mario Kart Courses of All Time

A look at some of Mario Kart’s most crowning achievements.

It took me several attempts to perfect this list to my tastes. Having played every entry in the series (some more extensively others), I had to sift through a list of 120 tracks and reduce it down to just the ten I love most. Repeatedly I had to start over, unsatisfied with every draft until I finally came up with this one. So without further ado, here it is: my top ten Mario Kart courses of all time!

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Top 25 Games of All Time: #5-1

In today’s post, lots of Nintendo and Rare.

Finally the final five. These are the best of the best, the cream of the crop, the cherry on the sundae, the… okay yeah you get it. On with the list! Today, my favorite game of all time celebrates its ten-year anniversary. But first, we’ve got some Nintendo and Rareware to get through!

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Retro Review: Luigi’s Mansion (GCN)

Remembering Luigi’s spooky Cube debut…

There’s never been a game quite like it. It was rebuked at launch; people complained about its length and depth. Yet, it has developed a cult following, and many consider it to be one of the most under-appreciated games of the GameCube’s library. Yup, I’m talking about Luigi’s Mansion. In anticipation for the launch of Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon on the Nintendo 3DS, I thought it would be nice to look back at Luigi’s first haunted adventure.

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Retro Review: Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (GCN)

Let’s look back at one of the greatest titles on the GameCube.


It’s a game that strikes a good impression right when you start, and doesn’t stop until the very end. It’s a game full of surprises, in both gameplay mechanics and story narration. It has amazing music, a distinctive style, and comical effects to match. In many ways, this game is flawless.

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