I played Mario Kart 64 in the Space Station (retro gaming bar) in Osaka, as I was looking to do something while waiting for my flight the next day.They had an n64 with mario kart + 4 controllers. looked absolutely gorgeous upscaled via ossc.
Yes, but that's not Mario Kart 64. From memory it came out around the same time as Mario Kart Double Dash for the Gamecube, and indeed it seems to run on the Triforce board which is the arcade development of the gamecube/wii hardware. But thanks for reminding me, I assume it only has one character per gokart, unlike it's more or less concurrent home console release. but I don't know what the levels are like, I assume they're spins on the double dash levels.An arcade version of Mario Kart also exists: Mario Kart Arcade GP. You can play as Pacman and other characters from other franchises.