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Mario Kart: Double Dash!! - Feature

Mario Kart: Double Dash!!

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As Vincent Del Vecchio mentioned over the weekend, it would have seemed that I'd have been playing Ghostbusters. Alas, that was not to be, as the package did not arrive before the weekend. Worse still, it didn't arrive today, either. I was supposed to play Pikmin with the wife, but that wound up not happening; hopefully tonight, after Donald Trump's WWE Raw. Yeah, you read that right. Read More


Media: Everybody's Super Sonic Racing with Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing

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Random Video of the Day: Super Mario Kart: Death Race Double Dash

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Mario Kart Wii Has Me Singin' the Blue Shell Blues

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Thinking Out Loud: Mario Kart Wii and DLC

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Lots of New Mario Kart Wii Info and Details

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