A while back we asked you to tell us how good you really were at Mario Kart DS. Now we might ask you to prove it. You see, the guys over at DS Meet, one of a few sites that allows users to share their friend codes and meet new players online, have implemented a cool new online tournament system. It allows you to join up with existing tournaments or create your own, all via a reasonably easy to use interface.
Once you've created a tournament, the site will automatically
take care of rostering (though you can manually alter this as well) and keeping track of the friend codes of those
competing. You also have the option of having a forum to discuss and coordinate matches with your fellow DS players.
The onus is on the tournament operator to keep track of everybody's scores though, so a level of honesty may be
required if you're going to take charge of a tournament. Being the best Mario Kart DS players in the known
universe, we're all about the honesty.
Mind you, it's not all about the snaking. With support for
Animal Crossing's various competitive activities and the upcoming Metroid Prime: Hunters, it's about
fishing and shooting too. It's also about competing with people from all over the world. How about a DS Fanboy reader
Mario Kart tournament? Can we have a show of hands from those who would be interested?
Keep up the good work.]
DS Meet introduces online tournament system
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