Also as part of a series using scientists to test some of Mario Kart 8‘s new features, Nintendo has released two videos showing off their new Boomerang Flower and Super Horn.
Like the video testing upside down racing, these two videos are chock-full of some slapstick-y humor at the expense of the scientists. More importantly, they really show off the many changes that Nintendo is making for Mario Kart 8.
I’m still excited and, within the past ten minutes, I have still not procured a WiiU, so if anyone wants to help out with that, call me. You can look forward to playing Mario Kart 8 later this month on May 30th.