By Erik Hinton
This seems to be banking on the xenophilia of a (provincial white) Western world that is susceptible to the tears of an unfamiliar-looking face.
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"With a year having passed since the start of Mario Kart 8, it's time to look back on 12 months of roaring engines, hairpin turns, blue shells, and a whole lot of swearing.