Hot Wheels Turbo Racing (N64) Reviews
Product Type: Electronic Arts Nintendo 64 games
Description:Electronic Arts / Racing.
Newest Review: ... you rarely see your competitors, you're usually miles ahead of them, as the game isn't all that difficult either. Tracks are ... more
Customer Hot Wheels Turbo Racing (N64) Reviews (2)
by - written on 25/01/11 (Very useful, 18 readings)
I usually don't trust games based on manufacturers of toys and the like. But as i like collecting Nintendo 64 games and this one was on cheap at Amazon UK, i decided to buy it regardless. The games main focal point, is of course, racing. There are a few tracks to race on, some of them are what you would expect a Hot Wheels game to have, crossroads where lots of carnage can happen. Unfortunately the amount of cars in each race, which is 4 if i remember correctly, means that you rarely see your competitors, you're usually miles ahead of them, as the game isn't all that difficult either. Tracks are unlocked by simply progressing through the stages and winning ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/11/10 (Very useful, 27 readings)
Hot Wheels is a selection of toys that I remember from my youth, I can't say that I ever became more involved with them than watching adverts on the TV for them but they looked rather stylish. Hot Wheels Turbo Racing was released in 1999 and did a great job of transforming the vehicles into roadworthy computer game monsters of speed. EA produced this novel computer game, the tracks are relatively easy to follow but if you find yourself facing the wrong direction, it can be a hassle to manouevre your vehicle back on track. The game proclaims that there are three ways to win - win the race, damage the other vehicles or get the highest tricks point tally. ... Read the complete review
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