Mario kart 8 deluxe 8K resolution

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe was launched to the new Nintendo Switch console only few months back, in April 2017 more exactly and quickly became one of the most acclaimed titles from the video games industries this year. With new characters added, antigravity racing courses and a revamped battle mode featuring five different types to choose from, the Deluxe ported version of the original Wii U title, was crowned as the fastest selling title of the Mario Kart franchise in history with over 1.2 millions of copies sold in only three days worldwide. The Deluxe version of Mario Kart 8 is the nineth installment of the Mario kart games series that started back in 1992 with the 16bit SNES (Super Famicom) title, Super Mario Kart now available online through the NesBox emulator .

Thinking about the huge success behind this split franchise of the Super Mario series I believe it would worth a few seconds to list some of the major reasons that lead to it. First the racing franchise it’s tied to Super Mario, the most popular video games character of all times, secondly it’s about Go Karts, a top sport that has a huge fan base all across the world, including both kids and grownups and thirdly it’s all about competition, a virtual competition that extends the limits by using various tools found in item boxes that one can use to either improve his performance or to hinder the opponents.

The Mario Kart mania that started over 25 years ago now extends outside Nintendo’s world as a Wii U emulator called CEMU is able to play the new Deluxe version on a regular PC at stunning 8K resolution and here is the proof below.

Don’t get me wrong here as a regular PC doesn’t stand for an old Pentium 4 system.  The minimum requirements that CEMU needs to be able to play games like Mario Kart 8, Donkey Kong Trophical Freeze, Super Smash Bros and alike, should include an I7, with at least 8GB of ram, Windows 7 or higher and a strong GPU (AMD or NVIDIA only) like the GTX 1080Ti.