Always remembering Walkazo
Super Circuit was my first Mario game ever, so it's at my second favorite Mario Kart out of nostalgia alone.
It'd probably be a better movie but if your goal is to make it as close to the source material as possible why not just make it animatedI have one: what if someone made a live-action Mario movie that would be more faithful to the source material than the 1993 movie? (for ex. Peach exists and Daisy is a redhead, Bowser is CGI, etc.)
Mario's universe is inherently cartoon and most of his recognizably stems from that. If they're gonna make Mario in a live action movie, they're better off casting Mario himself as a CGI creation in a live action world like the Sonic movie or Detective Pikachu but the best case scenario for him is entirely CGI.I have one: what if someone made a live-action Mario movie that would be more faithful to the source material than the 1993 movie? (for ex. Peach exists and Daisy is a redhead, Bowser is CGI, etc.)
At the very least, there's no reason Super Circuit should be considered worse than Mario Kart 64. In terms of flaws, Super Circuit isn't borderline unplayable frustration because at least the AI works. Super Circuit had a really anal grading system, yeah, but it doesn't get in the way of the gameplay itself, like, the only reward for it is different title screens. Yeah, Super Circuit has not much unlockables, but it still had them, being Super Mario Kart tracks and an extra cup. Mario Kart 64 has only Mirror Mode.Also don't get why people call it the worst game when Super Mario Kart exists. My opinion is probably based heavily on nostalgia, but I enjoy Super Circuit so much and I feel it's a highly underrated game.