Summary: The game is more action-packed than Mario Kart. The speed is higher, but there are flaws. 1. Tracks- there are only a dozen tracks, and you'll get bored with them. 2. Power-ups- People say they're a rip-off of the Mario Kart games, but SEGA did the same thing with Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing. But there isn't much variety of power-ups in NASCAR KART RACING. 3. Once you beat it, it isn't fun anymore.
Summary: this game will appeal to the kids for sure, but big gamers may not like this so much. The speech is just gibber jabber and no words are spoken, the gameplay is like a run of the mill funny game. while I like the graphics in the game, this didn't really keep me going, better to get the kids into this game!
Summary: This racing game is good and it's fun also. No, it's not as good as Mario Kart, but it is similar and handles the same way. You can shoot bombs, missiles and other things at your opponents. I was happy with it. The controls are relatively easy to handle also.
Summary: Bought this as a late birthday present for my son. He and my guy played it constantly for a couple of weeks! They LOVE it. It is VERY much like MarioKarts, with surprise boxes and things getting thrown to distract other drivers. The courses are interesting, and both the courses and characters are a great mix of real and imaginary.
Summary: I have recently bought this game and couldn't stop playing it. When I heard that Joey Logano was in it, I instantly knew I had to have it. I also like how they added Miles the Monster in Dover. Overall, I highly recommend this game to the big NASCAR fan in your family. P.S. Why do these people speak Japanese?