Mario Kart DS is a racing video game developed and published by Nintendo. It was released for the Nintendo DS handheld console on November 14, 2005, in North America, on November 17, 2005, in Australia, on November 25, 2005, in Europe, on December 8, 2005, in Japan and on April 5, 2007, in South Korea.
This is a typical racing game, and there is always some unusual action. If your car is faster than the other vehicle, you will typically win, but not so in this game. You will be required for more skills. There are two factors that distinguish professional racers from newbies: the use of pickaxe items and how you perform your races. You need to gain experience by playing as many matches as possible. This will help anyone be better and be able to win the championship.
Mario Kart games are usually quite short compared to usual. While there are no significant changes, there is a significant improvement that you will be placed on a specific course and asked to complete specific tasks such as driving, collecting coins, or racing along the road. The mission is relatively exciting and short, extremely suitable for entertainment.
The great addition is the ability to compete with people from all over the world online. You can use wifi to connect to the internet and race against people in your geographic area. It has an ESRB chart that ranks the best. When playing online, you cannot choose completely out of all the tracks, as some of the ways are too large for the game to be processed online and you cannot do battle mode,
Graphics and Sound
The graphics of Mario Kart DS are not very prominent, but with a handheld platform with many limitations, it is also acceptable to accept the same level of pictures. The characters and vehicles are quite good. The character image and background are not too detailed but enough for you to distinguish and see clearly. It also integrates the audience sound entirely; clearly, the car engine is also done basically. However, the same sound is produced in different vehicles. It also has some background music when you take a break.