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Mario Kart: Double Dash!!
Game Profile

The latest in the acclaimed Mario Kart series is here, and this time, you won't be racing alone! Each kart holds two racers, so choose from Mario, Luigi, Peach, Baby Mario, Baby Luigi, Yoshi, Birdo, Wario, Waluigi, Donkey Kong, Diddy Kong, Bowser, Bowser Jr., Koopa, and Paratroopa and pair them up any way you see fit. The character in front handles the driving duties, while the character in the rear doles out damage with six normal items and eight special items that only specific characters can use. Racers can swap places at any time, so switch it up on the fly to make the best use of your items as you tear around curves and over huge elevation changes.


Game industry grows to $7 billion in 2003
Written by John Scalzo on 01/27/04
All the details on the video game industry's record breaking year and the top ten games of 2003 as well.

Japan's Top 30 best selling games of 2003
Written by John Scalzo on 01/05/04
I'm absolutely shocked, a Final Fantasy game is at number one. See the rest of the list inside.


Second View
Written by Matt Swider on 12/01/03
Mario Kart Double Dash!! refines its visual appearance and defines an innovative gameplay mechanic, making it the exact game that GameCube owners needed and almost exactly what everyone wanted.

Full Review
Written by D'Marcus Beatty on 11/21/03
See why Nintendo's latest installment in the Mario Kart series is a must-have for Mario Kart aficionados, fans of the Mario universe, and people with game playing friends.


Hands-On Preview
Written by Kyle Williams on 05/22/03
Mario Kart: Double Dash!! is a worthy contender to carry the torch that was lit by the original Mario Kart.

First Impressions
Written by Kevin Stapf on 06/14/01
Early thoughts from early screenshots, courtesy of Kevin.


Here's To Our Gaming Girlfriends
Written by John Scalzo on 02/14/06
To all the girlfriends, fiances and wives that not put up with our video game obsession, but love us anyway, this one's for you.

The Video Game Librarian: GameFest and the Bloomington Public Library
Written by John Scalzo on 08/26/05
Want to play video games in the library? John talks to a librarian that made it happen. Plus, more book recommendations.

Countdown to E3 2003: The Nintendo Front
Written by Jeff Milligan on 05/05/03
It's that time of year again boys and girls. Can you smell it in the air? The smell of anticipation, dedication, and speculation for some of the greatest video game series' ever created.

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GENRE: Racing
PLAYERS:   1-8
November 17, 2003

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