Mario Kart Wii is a kart racing game for the Wii. Nintendo developed the game and published it in April 2008. It is the sixth installment in the Mario Kart series. Despite being only available in North America, the game has garnered a cult following around the world. Read on to learn more about the game. This article will give you all the information you need to make the most of Mario Kart Wii.
Mario Kart Wii supports four different control schemes. The primary one uses the Wii remote and the plastic Wii Wheel accessory. Another controller option is the Classic Controller or GameCube controller. Mario Kart Wii has several racing modes. Players can race in Grand Prix mode, Versus mode, battle mode, and Time Trial mode. In the game, you can collect power-ups from item boxes that will allow you to attack and defend your opponents, and improve your speed.
Mission Mode is a competitive mode in Mario Kart Wii. Initially, the game was planned to feature a Mission Mode, but the project was cancelled before it could launch. This mode is similar to the tournament mode in WiiConnect24, and players can compete in tournaments and see how they compare to other players in the world. If you win a tournament, you can transfer your Ghost Data to your Wii and use it to play tournaments.