Mario Kart Wii NeoWiki News
We now have roughly 70-100 more pages to do until we can begin furthering the current pages so they are more detailed, who would've thought last week this section only had 1 page?
The layout of the Wiki will be changing over the next few days as we are working on a more user-friendly page.
Thank you to everyone who has helped with the Mario NeoWiki, it's greatly appreciated.
What you can do to help?
First of all, take a look at the "Major Projects" section to the right, those are what we are working on mostly, if you decide to do one of those, look at pages similar to it for an idea on how pages are set up in the Mario Kart Wii NeoWiki, so that all the pages look similar, which makes everything look more organized. Any and all help is welcomed, providing what you add is worthwhile.
The new version of Mario Kart, due in early 2008, features new vehicles and lets players near and far compete using Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, Nintendo’s wireless gaming service. Mario Kart launches with the Wii Wheel, a steering wheel housing for the Wii Remote that brings new controls and challenges for veteran gamers, while making getting into a race easy and intuitive for newcomers.
There are a few things that you can do over Wifi on Mario Kart Wii. You can go single player, and play against other people. You can do normal races with other people, or you can do battle mode. There is a point system in this game, you automatically start off at 5000. If you do good in a race of a battle, then your points go up. If you do poorly in a race or a battle, then your points go down. If you have about 3000 points, and you beat someone with about 8000 points, then your points will go up a lot. You can do two player online mode, and the second player is a guest. It is up to 12 players random, and with friends.