Play have once again unleashed their £10 deal for this one, so if you missed it at the end of March and you’re interested in playing this on your DS, or even on your 3DS, now would be the ideal time to invest. A saving of over a tenner separates this deal from the next best offers with stock.
While it’s the same song and dance you would come to expect from the franchise, there are different modes to keep things mixed up with Grand Prix, Time Trial, Verses, and Mission modes to keep you busy. While the price may seem high for a game that came out over six years ago it’s still a worthy addition to anybody’s handheld library. Thanks to bgrnick for the heads up!
With Mario Kart 7 on the 3DS still lingering around the £30 price range, DS owners might want to take a look at Amazon's offer for the older but no less fun version on the less three-dimensional portable from Nintendo. At £20.34 it's not quite dirt cheap, especially for a portable title, but that's a damn good price and tempting enough to have me surveying the financial disaster of New Years to see if I can salvage enough funds for this!