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...Multiplayer is similarly full-featured, though On Tour only allows for local wireless play. Fans hoping to rock out over Nintendo's WFC will have to wait for the reunion tour. Available multiplayer modes include all of the most recent favorites: face-off, pro face-off (same as face-off, except difficulty levels must be the same for both players), co-op and guitar duel...
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...From a single-player perspective, Mario Kart Wii offers about as much depth has it has in previous entries. Race through a bunch of different tracks and engine levels against AI racers to win new characters, vehicles and tracks. Very straight forward, almost to the point of phoning it in. Considering how much work went into the single-player of Smash Bros Brawl (another primarily multiplayer game), some cutscenes or an overarching story would've gone a long way.
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