Because you can never get too old to play Mario Kart, Jakks Pacific has just announced it's going to make the real deal starting this summer. It makes sounds as similar to Mario Kart 7 as possible, and it can even switch between off-road and normal tires, should you happen to have both Wario Stadium and the Rainbow Road nearby. It's technically for kids, but by that same token, so is Nintendo. Who cares?
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Aaron Miller is the Rides editor for Supercompressor. Yes, he still plays Mario Kart on occasion, and you can follow him on Twitter.