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- Story-based racing adventure game relives all the key moments of the movie
- More than 10 playable characters from the film
- Open world environment with more than 50 races
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It was with great anticipation that we got the PS2 Cars game a few days ago.
Let me start off by saying that this game is not very intuitive, and would definitely be problematic for younger children--even experienced racing or platform gamers. My son kept roaming the streets of Radiator Springs and I got to thinking "Man, there's GOT to be more to the game than this!"
So I went about trying to unlock various mini-games and races. (The guidebook wasn't much help.) I finally realized that not only did you need to "collect" (run into) lightning bolts for points, but you had to complete various races and mini-games to unlock more of the same. This isn't unusual, of course, but it's quite confusing. For example, a raceway may look familiar in the menu, but what you don't realize is that you need to race it *several times* to unlock other features.
I also figured out that the circular map on the screen (that you can disable if you want) features green and white dots on it. Green dots indicates a spot you can drive to for racing/games that it's an event you've already done. White dots are new events/games that you've unlocked.
Another confusing aspect is that there is an Arcade Mode and Story Mode--as well as other options. Figuring out what does what can be confusing. For example, let's say you've earned enough points to unlock cool paint jobs for Lightning McQueen. Well, you wouldn't go to Ramones, believe it or not. You have to first go to Bonus Materials, buy your paint job/s, THEN go back to Ramones for him to apply it. (And the load times seems unusually long!Read more ›
It was easy for him to figure out and to play. Sometimes with other games he has to ask for help but this one he was able to do alone. That's NOT to say it was too easy. It did take him a while to beat it all the first time around and he enjoys the repeat playing in part because he gets to strive for better and better scores.
He's even begun letting his 4 year old sister try her hand at playing it and she loves it as much as he does. We have fun all playing together sometimes, perfect for family time.
I would absolutely recommend this game to anyone with little Car's lovers in their homes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Disney and Xbox. A great marriage. My kids love this game. I love it's humor and non violence.Published 1 month ago by Cynthia Holbrook
Once again it doesn't work keeps freezing already returned it and it looks like the same one came back I would give no stars if possiblePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Great pricing. Awesome product quality. Fast shipping. Will do business again.Published 19 months ago by Arturo Castillo