The Legend of Zelda × Mario Kart 8

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The Legend of Zelda × Mario Kart 8 is one of three downloadable content packs available for Mario Kart 8, the others being Mercedes-Benz × Mario Kart 8 and Animal Crossing × Mario Kart 8. It was released on November 13, 2014.[1]

This is the first time retro and nitro courses are combined into cups.

Contents[edit]

An overview of the contents of the pack.

Like Animal Crossing × Mario Kart 8, this pack contains three new characters, four new vehicles (3 karts and a bike), a new set of tires, a new glider, and two new cups with four courses each.

Characters[edit]

These characters, once obtained, may appear as computer racers. Additionally, in online races, players that have not purchased the pack can see other players use these characters. All 3 of these characters make their playable debut in the Mario Kart series through this pack. In addition, Tanooki Mario and Cat Peach, despite being forms of their respective base characters, are considered separate from them in this game and take up different locations on the character select screen.

Kart parts[edit]

  • MK8BlueFalcon.png Blue Falcon - A kart based on one of many vehicles that appear in the F-Zero series. It previously appeared as an unlockable kart in Mario Kart Wii.
  • ZeldaMK8Bdasher.png B Dasher - A kart that previously appeared in Mario Kart DS and Mario Kart 7, and is Mario's first kart in the former.
  • MK8MasterCycle.png Master Cycle - A bike based on Epona from the The Legend of Zelda series.
  • Tanooki-Buggy.png Tanooki Kart - A kart that resembles a jeep. The wheel on the back is colored to look like a Tanooki tail and has a small metal Tanooki Leaf in the middle.
  • MK8-TriforceTires.png Triforce Tires - A set of tires based on the The Legend of Zelda series.
  • MK8-HylianKite.png Hylian Kite - A glider based on the The Legend of Zelda series.

Courses[edit]

MK8 EggCuptv.svg
Egg Cup
MK8 TriforceCuptv.svg
Triforce Cup
GCN Yoshi Circuit Wii Wario's Gold Mine
MK8-DLC-Course-icon-ExcitebikeArena.PNG SNES Rainbow Road
MK8-DLC-Course-icon-DragonDriftway.png MK8-DLC-Course-icon-IceIceOutpost.png
Mute City MK8-DLC-Course-icon-HyruleCircuit.png

Bonus content[edit]

If both The Legend of Zelda × Mario Kart 8 and Animal Crossing × Mario Kart 8 are purchased, either separately or as a bundle, the player instantly receives eight new color swaps of both Yoshi and Shy Guy. Neither Yoshi nor Shy Guy appear as computer racers in these alternate colors. The following colors are included:

  • Yoshi: YoshiRed-MK8.pngYoshiBlue-MK8.pngLight-blue YoshiYoshiYellow-MK8.pngYoshiPink-MK8.pngYoshiBlack-MK8.pngYoshiWhite-MK8.pngYoshiOrange-MK8.png
  • Shy Guy: Green Shy GuyBlue Shy GuyLight-blue Shy GuyYellow Shy GuyPink Shy GuyShyGuyBlack-MK8.pngShyGuyWhite-MK8.pngOrange Shy Guy

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mario Kart 8 DLC page