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This is agreat racing games for the little kids who like cartoon racing games. The graphics are good and are very cartoony which has some funny affects. The game is very easy to play and you will get the hang of quickly no worrys there. You can have up too 8 people playing on the game can you keep up with the pace. There are over 27 courses all in 3d the more you play the more you discover. There are a number of characters to choose from they all have a personalised cars with 2 special attacks and they can punch as well. Every character has a track off there own what you can play on. There is a championship mode were you play against the opposition. There is time attack were you battle against the clock and try and win. The best game is battle royal all the racers are in a circle arena with a wall all the way round what you have to do is drive and bash the otheres of the side of the track so they die you can also have a championship in this game mode. Altogether this game is well worth buying if you have kids you never now you might enjoy it to. It is well worth the money it should be on most people playstaion game list to buy.
A revamp of the classic 16-bit offering which was the only game to truly challenge Mario Kart on the SNES. The game concept was basically the same, cartoon-style racers driving ion karts around wacky landscapes hitting each other with baseball bats and various other manic weapons in their quest to reach the line 1st. The characters are well drawn and thought out, as are the weapons and the courses. There's also the essential four-player split screenmode that puts the icing on the proverbial cake. Wicked for kids of all ages.
as Dominic Diamond (the man from gamesmaster) once said, "why fix something which isn't broken?" and the obvious answer is you shouldn't waste your time. But the Ubi Soft team chose to ignore these words of wisdom and go and put this game on the Playstation. There is nothing wrong with this if they think they are gonna make moeny out of it, but they aren't. Simply because when this game came out on the SNES (Super Nintendo entertainment system) the graphics weren't breaking any records, they were cartoony (but fun) and with limited changes in movement, only those funny little sideward punches. So putting this onto a 32-bit machine always seemed to be pointless. But don't take this to heart, the game is fun in an arcade style, and has split screen multiplayer fun action which will give you and your friends a lot of fun. There is also the very orginal football mode, and rumble mode for single or multiplayer fun.