Mario Kart Stadium as it appears in Mario Kart 8
|Series||Mario Kart series|
|First game||Mario Kart 8|
|Soundtrack(s)|| Shiho Fujii (Composer)|
Yasuaki Iwata (Arranger)
Mario Kart Stadium is the name of a one of the new race courses in Mario Kart 8. It is the first race in the Mushroom Cup. It's music was adapted from Mario Circuit which was written by Shiho Fujii.
Mario Kart Stadium
Welcome to Mario Kart Stadium, the first Mario Kart course themed after Mario Kart itself. Some of the most defining features of the stadium is the big Mario statue found under a big curving anti-gravity turn, and the many colored anti-gravity paths placed after the start/finish line.
The course is of the most vivid in the Mario Kart series, bursting with lots of signs, stands and confetti to convince you that you're really in the greatest racing stadium there is.
While the course may be spectacular, it is among the most basic in the Mario Kart series, starting with a big uphill straightaway before it turns into a huge anti-gravity section that takes you up a big turn (as seen in the picture above). You then drop off of the turn in your hanglider and drive away to the finish line. Pretty simple, right? Well, it doesn't look as simple as it sounds.
With a grand fireworks display, a great cheery crowd and motivational music, Mario Kart Stadium is a treat for all.
- Music: Shiho Fujii
- Arrangement: Yasuaki Iwata
- Publisher: Nintendo
Notes from the Game's Soundtrack
- I Imagined the Opening Ceremony of the Ceremony. The Commitment point is the based on the song of the Mario Circuit of the Flower Cup, but of Course you are aware.