Nintendo Download: Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit

Also, Jackbox Party Pack 7

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It’s a bit of an unconventional week for Nintendo’s eShop, as the top game is actually a pseudo-app of sorts!

The culprit is none other than Mario Kart Live: the hybrid augmented reality real-life kart toy that allows players to run a machine with a camera strapped to it through their house, which doubles as the track. The action plays out on an actual Switch screen, which fills in AI opponents, hazards and other goodies. It’s $99 for the starter kit, which comes with Mario (as in, Mario driving the kart) and the physical gates to create the track.

There’s a few other options if that’s too rich for your blood. Roki is out on Switch this week, as well as Jackbox Party Pack 7. A new Jackbox game is basically an even in our household! It’s especially useful now that there are concessions for playing online with each other via streaming.

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  • Along the Edge
  • Alpaca Ball: Allstars
  • Arcade Archives ARABIAN
  • Batbarian: Testament of the Primordials
  • Bricks Pinball
  • Bright Paw
  • Brunswick Pro Billiards
  • Burst Shooter
  • Castle of no Escape
  • Cloudpunk
  • Crown Trick
  • Dead Z Meat
  • Dadish
  • Dream
  • Dustoff Z
  • Electronic Super Joy 2
  • Fight
  • Green Hell
  • HyperBrawl Tournament
  • Inside Grass: A little adventure
  • Juiced!
  • Kaptain Brawe: A Brawe New World
  • Outpost Delta
  • Postal REDUX
  • Ring of Pain
  • Road 3 Pack
  • Rock ’N Racing Bundle Grand Prix & Rally
  • Seers Isle
  • Shantae: Risky’s Revenge – Director’s Cut
  • Shoot 1UP DX
  • Space Avenger: Empire of Nexx
  • Space Crew
  • Super Arcade Racing
  • Super Dragonfly Chronicles
  • The Jackbox Party Pack 7
  • This is the Zodiac Speaking
  • Tricky Spider
  • Two Parsecs From Earth
  • Zoids Wild Blast Unleashed

If you missed last week’s edition, here it is. For those who are interested, sales are going on for all platforms.

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