Reviews and Problems with Dreamworks Madagascar Kartz
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Not much variety, but forgiving
Amy "Amy", Amazon
1 January 2014
Summary: My 6-year-old likes it because it has the Madagascar characters. It even has other DreamWorks characters like Shrek, which I don't understand why they are included? We already have Mario Kart, so that's what I have to compare to. It's more forgiving to keep you on the track. But there is far less variety in the tracks. I would only purchase again if my 6-year-old son had trouble using Mario Kart.
Summary: My daughter really likes this game, but I think it is kind of annoying. She probably likes it because the characters are some of her favorites. I find the sounds and little sayings to be annoying for some reason. The graphics are pretty nice. It feels like it was trying to be like Mario Kart, but couldn't quite make it . I would say it is an ok game that could be a lot better in many ways. But if you are a fan of Madagascar and the characters it is fine.
Summary: This was fun for my 4 year old. She adores the madagascar characters and it was fun for her to see them on a wii game and pick which character she wanted to have. Do not try to compare this to mario kart or you will be disappointed. The concept is the same, but the graphics are nothing like mario's. You will get to race and unlock characters (like shrek...why shrek?) and unlock race courses. You still get mystery boxes but they are different than the mario karts.
Summary: My lil girl and i play this game along with the wife.. To me the game is such a bore but my little one love's it so i guess it's o.k.. If u looking for something that u and the kid's will enjoy u the adult might be a little disappointed but it's all about the kids right(smile).. Nothing like Mario kart, the price of it tells it all.
Summary: As the title of this review notes, I was disappointed in this game. Although the characters are great and true to the movies, it often is unclear what one is supposed to do and when. Power-ups are not clearly defined as to what they are and when to use them or even how you got them in the first place. Although it tries to be Madagascar's version of MarioKart, it does not come close to the playability and replayability of MK.
Summary: My son loves playing Mariokart and the Madagascar movie and this game seemed like a fusion of the two, which it is. You can play any of the main characters from the movie and there are a a number of tracks. In true Mariokart style there are powerups and weapons some of which can only be used by a particular character. There are also hidden dangers and enemies to trip you up.
Summary: My 5 year old is great with the wii. We've only had it (the wii) a couple of months. He loves the flying game in resort sports, and swords. Got this for him for his birthday - he played it twice and now won't touch it. Finds it very boring.