How To Unlock Baby Luigi In Mario Kart Wii

There are many hidden characters in all Mario Kart games, so it is only natural to wonder how to unlock Baby Luigi in Mario Kart Wii. Baby Luigi is just one of several bonus characters you can unlock by accomplishing various tasks and goals while proving yourself on the colorful racing circuits. To unlock Baby Luigi, you will have to put in some good race times and maybe luck out a couple times, too.

To unlock Baby Luigi in Mario Kart Wii, you will need:

  • Nintendo Wii
  • Copy of Mario Kart Wii
  • Self-control needed to not throw the controller in disgust
  1. Ghosts in the machine. To unlock Baby Luigi in Mario Kart Wii, you will need to start beating the ghosts that race against you during the Time Trials. In fact, you will need to beat eight of the Expert Staff Ghosts. The Expert Staff Ghosts become available after you beat the first ghost.
  2. Choose wisely. You must enter the Time Trials to unlock Baby Luigi in Mario Kart Wii. It is highly recommended you start on the easier racing circuits to improve your chances. As you are no doubt aware, these ghosts are damn good racers. The first ghosts you face (Normal Staff Ghosts) can be pretty tough and you will have to beat them by a good five seconds to unlock the Expert Staff Ghosts. Do this eight times and you will unlock Baby Luigi.


  • While the first few races are challenging, the later courses can be seem almost impossible. To unlock Baby Luigi you will need to use every racing trick you know like the turbo boost starts and drifting.



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