Talk:Trick Tour

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RMX Bowser's Castle 1, or is it GBA Bowser's Castle 2R/T[edit]

(Image is missing as of 4/22/20) ((Little Garfield) (talk) Yoshis!.gif 4/17/2020 ~ 12:15 (EST)

While it hasn't been explicitly stated by Nintendo yet, it is quite clear the second image shown in the in-game Tour Preview is of a version of the GBA Bowser's Castle courses done in a similar style to RMX Mario Circuit 1. Even if we don't say that the course is called that, shouldn't we at least state that it will feature a remixed version of the GBA Bowser's Castle courses or show the image from the in-game news article revealing the track? ((Little Garfield) (talk) Yoshis!.gif 4/17/2020 ~ 10:59 (EST)

Wait, I actually think that might just be GBA Bowser's Castle 2R/T! I hope what I said originally was right, though. ((Little Garfield) (talk) Yoshis!.gif 4/17/2020 ~ 11:30 (EST)

I'm thinking that almost all the cups will have at least one track with T Elijah Guy (talk) 15:26, April 18, 2020 (EDT)

Also looking by the picture I guess it will be a RMX. Elijah Guy (talk) 15:27, April 18, 2020 (EDT)

I sincerely hope it is, but it looks like the beginning of GBA Bowser's Castle 2 after a second glance. I really hope it is an RMX Bowser's Castle, because I really want new tracks, not just new R/T variations. While I get that they are probably limited on what they can do during this time, they got a free-be with the Yoshi Tour and should've had time to make a new track during that time. They had effort put into the Hammer Bro Tour, with two retro tracks that were in need of a graphical update (but not worthy of being brought back in Mario Kart 9 or any other future Mario Kart game until ALL SNES and GBA tracks have been made into retro tracks) and four new characters (even though they are kind of reskins of each other), so they are certainly capable of making normal quality tours. --Little Garfield Yoshis!.gif 10:59, April 20, 2020 (EST)

This is turning into forum talk, which is not allowed here. -- KOOPA CON CARNE 12:04, April 20, 2020 (EDT)
Oh yeah, that's a good point. Well, I still hold true to everything I said, but maybe this wasn't the place for it. Either way, shouldn't the Bowser's Castle track shown in the image be mentioned on the main article? --Little Garfield Yoshis!.gif 16:20, April 20, 2020 (EST)

So far, I've only seen R/T variations, including GBA Bowser's Castle 2R/T. SNES Vanilla Lake 1R/T must also appear since it is a favored track of several of the Spotlights, but no proof of 3DS Rock Rock Mountain R/T. Also, all of the spotlights only have favored courses that are R/T variations, and I've seen almost all of the tracks in the game (aside from city tracks) as a favored course of at least one of the eight new parts. In addition, the Barrel Hanafuda has no secondary favored courses (a first) (also could change down the line as new courses are released). One final (and unfortunate) note, the track that was shown in the image I provided above was just the end of GBA Bowser's Castle 2R/T, and not RMX Bowser's Castle 1 like I'd originally predicted. ((Little Garfield) (talk) Yoshis!.gif 4/22/2020 ~ 9:15 (EST)

Ok now I played the Trick Tour. My preditcion was 1/3 right. All the tracks have T but also have R in it.At least I have been tracking up points. Elijah GuyElijah Guy ShyGuyCTTT artwork.png (talk) (talk) 14:59, April 22, 2020 (EDT)

Dozer Dasher may appear in the next tour!?![edit]

On the info screen for Trick Pipe 1, it states (I'm directly quoting it here) "Builder Mario and Safety Glider will not appear in the pipes featured in the next tour. (They may appear in a different pipe in the future. They may also have a different appearance rate.)" To me, that means they either forgot to mention the Dozer Dasher or that it will reappear in the next tour. ((Little Garfield) (talk) Yoshis!.gif 4/22/2020 ~ 9:39 (EST)