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Well this is definitely interesting. From what it will look/play like, how the controls work, free to play or not.



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This could be interesting? Probably won't get it anyways :p



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I wonder how they're going to monetize it.



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wombat123 said:
I wonder how they're going to monetize it.

They'll probably make a limited number of tracks and characters / karts available the free version, and the rest will be locked behind the "full" version.



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You know I was always wondering why no one ever used the dollar sign for $ony, but then I realized they have no money so it would be pointless.

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Im HYPED!!!



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Fiscal year 2019? That's still quite a bit away.



NightDragon83 said:
wombat123 said:
I wonder how they're going to monetize it.

They'll probably make a limited number of tracks and characters / karts available the free version, and the rest will be locked behind the "full" version.

So like, you win coins/points to unlock kart parts/characters but you only get a certain amount of tries if you don't get 1st place or something and if you want more attempts, you either wait or pay?

Last edited by wombat123 - on 31 January 2018

NightDragon83 said:
wombat123 said:
I wonder how they're going to monetize it.

They'll probably make a limited number of tracks and characters / karts available the free version, and the rest will be locked behind the "full" version.

You probably pay for item blocks which are random. 



NightDragon83 said:
wombat123 said:
I wonder how they're going to monetize it.

They'll probably make a limited number of tracks and characters / karts available the free version, and the rest will be locked behind the "full" version.

No way in hell that's the case.

 

They learned their lesson with Super Mario run. Mario Kart will probably be a full free to play game like Fire Emblem.