What's The Most Difficult Video Game Track?

The Nürburgring may have 172 chances to make a mistake, but it doesn't have warps, corkscrews, energy strips, or blue shells. Let's get digital. What's the most difficult video game track?

The 'Ring may be The Green Hell, but there's a red-orange-yellow-green-blue-indigo-violet hell for anyone who makes it to the last level of the Mario Kart games. Oh, Rainbow Road, how you do to tease with your happy looking facade and incredibly difficult setup. The premise behind the 'Road is a simple one: no retaining walls, no margin of error, no mercy. By far, the most villainous version of this is in Mario Kart: Double Dash! It twists, it turns, it's covered in freaking boost pads designed to make your conquest of this "kid's game" an adult's work.

Think with your thumbs: what's the most difficult video game track?

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