LittleBigPlanet Karting was the promise of the perfect combination between ModNation Racers and the LittleBigPlanet franchise. Released this week, the game fails to deliver the amount of fun people have come to expect from a Mario Kart-like, mainly because of a lack of balance between the different power-ups and also a clear lack of speed. The creation tool is still very promising as we can count on the community to bring new content in the months to come, but will it be enough to keep players interested in the long run? In the end, the game seems pretty average, which is quite disappointing considering how great it could have been. Frustrating when playing solo (AI will give you a hard time shooting you down repeatedly, making victory rely on chance mostly), United Nation Games' title is clearly destined to multiplayer mayhem.
@aphex187: Not sure Nvidia ever had a step up program.. you might be thinking of OEMs like EVGA. (41 minutes ago)
@Moonwalker: No, the dock will not provide additional processing power and it's purpose is to charge the tablet and takes care of the video output to the TV. This has been confirmed. (2 Hours ago)
Do Nvidia still do that step up programme? (2 Hours ago)
Posting another Switch dog since the first one got such a huge response... [url] (2 Hours ago)
@Moonwalker: Oh shit, the new season is out. I didn't know that! :D (2 Hours ago)
I hope they make a Joy-Con with a d-pad. (3 Hours ago)
The only thing developers need is a market to sell games to. It certainly worked for the 3DS. And now Nintendo has one thing to focus on. (3 Hours ago)