Posted on July 25, 2012 AT 07:23am
When I reflect upon modern society, at times I ask myself the question; at what cost? At what cost does our modern lifestyle and entertainment needs come with? This isn’t a wholly negative question, as it can lead to serious reflection and each individual is allowed to come up with their own determination in this matter. One person might come up with a very positive viewpoint of this, while others might come to conclusions that make them feel like something is quite wrong. Is your entertainment obsession more valuable than another one, is it more viable and valuable than what might entertain other people?
This is a question that you will have to ask yourself this summer as there will be a live demo of Mario Kart 7 for the 3DS at Nickelodeon’s live faux-concert tour, Big Time Rush. Big Time Rush is a series based upon the concept of being a live-action, fictional show about four boys who go from being hockey players to teen heart throbs in a boy band. This summer they go on “tour” and Nintendo will be looking to enamour a new generation with the Mario Kart series that we all know and love. If you are already planning on attending an event, you are in luck as Mario Kart 7 for the 3DS will be on full display for you to try out. As a discerning parent or older sibling, this could be a good chance to indoctrinate the next generation with a profound love for a mustachioed plumber in red overalls on a go kart flinging different colored turtle shells at a tie-sporting ape.
If you just love Mario Kart, you could also plan on attending as well.
The dates where Mario Kart 7 will be on display are as follows, dates are subject to change;
- July 25: Salt Lake City – USANA Amphitheatre Energy Solutions Arena
- July 27: Kansas City, Mo. – Sprint Center
- July 28: Minneapolis – Target Center
- July 29: Indianapolis – Klipsch Music Center
- July 31: Clarkston, Mich. – DTE Energy Music Theatre
- Aug. 1: Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio – Blossom Music Center
- Aug. 3: Louisville, Ky. – KFC Yum! Center
- Aug. 4: Tinley Park, Ill. – First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre
- Aug. 5: Burgettstown, Pa. – First Niagara Pavilion
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