The Most Missed ‘Game Over’ screen in History

Posted By | On 16th, Aug. 2010

Mario Kart 64 has a game over screen. That is one fact that many gamers (like me) are not aware of. In order to get the “game over screen”, you have to be placed on 4th or 8th at the end of the grand prix race. This has to be the most missed game over screen in the history of Nintendo. Check the video below.


Mario Kart 64 was released on the Nintendo 64 and was released in 1996 in Japan and in 1997 in North America and Europe.


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