Summary: Okay, so I recently posted a review several minutes ago. I rated it one star again. Okay, the reason why it was hard for me to control is because when I got it, I didn't recieve instructions. I realize I could have looked up the instructions online, but I was too tired and too bored of the game. I think Mario Kart is a lot easier to use. This one is hard. I only played one race then stopped. I also found the graphics pretty bad as well. Mario Kart has great graphics.
Summary: Very boring! Like others I thought it would be like Mario Kart, but its not. Its hard to control, no kart selection, no good courses, and just boring. There is quite a bit of advertising, too. For example they had Shrek and a character from Monsters Inc to earn. I would get Mario Kart instead of this.
Summary: I was sent somebody books instead of the game, I returned the stuff and they told me they will send a replacement, when it was available because it was sold out, but this item was never received by me.
Summary: So far the only part of this game that matters to my family is the lack of save files. This game lets you race five different ways and win badges BUT there is no way to keep track of races or badges for different people. THIS MAKES ABSOLUTELY NO SENSE! This game, as a kart racer, is made for multiple people to play, but not being able to keep track of each players games makes the game broken in my mind.
Madagascar: Kartz (Wii): A Poor Attempt At A Madagascar Themed Game
20 August 2011
Summary: ==About The Game== Madagascar Kartz is a racing game developed by Sidhe Interactive in 2009. It is based on DreamWorks Animation's Madagascar. It is the second game in Madagascar's spin-off series. It is a basic kart racing game in which the players can perform rolls, jumps and flips. Many of the stages are from the scenes of the franchise. ==Price and Availability== Madagascar Kartz costs around £15 new on Amazon and seems to be easily available online.
Summary: My friends and I are really big fans of Mario Kart (we're all in our late teens or early 20s), so after reading other reviews for this game I decided to buy it as an alternative to Mario Kart. It really doesn't compare - I was aware that there were less tracks and characters, but what is far more disappointing is how poor the graphics are, how unclear and repetitive the tracks are and how little skill is needed to play.