Summary: I'm a hardcore gamer, and I just got this game because when I was in about third grade I was a mega Hot Wheels fan, owning about 200 die-cast cars, which a lot of girls my age didn't do. It used to be a little fun and challenging, now it's more short and easy. Since I still have the game, I play two-player with my sister just to settle things sometimes, but I would definitely recommend it for 5-11 year olds.
Summary: I got this game for my son when he was five. He loved the first few chapters, whether he won or not. Unfortunately, in order to move through the chapters, you have to win, and it's amazingly hard for the younger audience to win these challenges. Some of the rules are so difficult even for an adult to understand. I can't image a kid understanding. While fun and flashy, and certainly loud, this game really misses the audience.
Summary: I bought this game for my 5 year old son. He and his 3 year old brother love it. It is simple enough that he can easily manage to play most of the levels and do well. The audio is exciting to listen to and the graphics are great. The three of us have spent a great deal of time playing this together and we absolutly love it.
Summary: This game is for kids young enough to still love playing with hot wheel cars. We got this for my son when he was 3, over a year ago. He still plays it on a regular basis. To get "1st place" on everything, he still has to hand the controls over to his older brother, or me or his father. So we play it together and we all love it. We've "beat" the game about once a month since we've got it and my son likes to do it over and over.
Snoozefest for older kids, perfect for younger gamers.
6 October 2005
Summary: I'm a very experienced gamer,so when i played this game, i beat it in one day. My 5 year old brother got it for his birthday and he loves it. He loves hotwheels and he's not very good on the video games yet so it was perfect for him.