Club Nintendo (Europe): Mario Kart 8 soundtrack album now available

If there’s one aspect of Mario Kart 8 that really shines (besides its graphics), it’s its soundtrack. The various composers really outdid themselves when it came to composing the music of the game, and since Nintendo even went as far as using actual instruments, the end result is really impressive.

If you’re one of those who believe the Mario Kart 8 soundtrack is simply fantastic, you should definitely head to the Stars Catalogue of the European Club Nintendo as soon as possible. Indeed, Nintendo just added the long-awaited Mario Kart 8 soundtrack album there, which isn’t too expensive: it costs “only” 3000 stars. Click here to order your copy!

Just like in Japan, this album contains all the tracks from the game… including those for the DLC Cups, as well as the various menus (online, Mario Kart TV, etc.). In other words, it’s truly the complete soundtrack, and not just a selection of the best tracks!

Here’s some pictures for this soundtrack album, complete with the official description:

Turn it up and floor it with this Mario Kart 8 double-disc soundtrack!

Rekindle the feeling of supreme slipstreams and daring drifts with this collection of 68 tunes from Mario Kart 8 on Wii U! With an intro from the producer, liner notes for every piece, and a full credits list, it’s the perfect driving accompaniment – on or off the track!

Since fans have been waiting for this Mario Kart 8 soundtrack album to be added for quite a while now, and that the Club Nintendo closes in a little over two months, you should definitely place your order as soon as possible if you want that CD! If you’re not interested, there’s still various items available, such as the Captain Toad Light, the Majora’s Mask Light, and more.

Source: Club Nintendo



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