Conclusion: ACHIEVEMENTS: the achievements are actually very easy to get. they could of uped the difficulty in them a little tho overall this game is a fairly decent fun racing game but it is not long enough to buy and the achievements arnt challenging at all . PROS: fun decent game play . no bugs/glitches.
Excerpt: Cars 2 no doubt had an easier time making its way over to video game land than the majority of movie licences, but given how poor the majority of such games are it definitely wasn't a given that a racing game based on the Pixar movie would be good.
Conclusion: A fun, if short, game and one that will certainly be fun for kids but may be a touch too shallow and simplistic for anyone else. With a few more tacks and modes Cars 2: The Video Game would have been great. Give it a go by all means, but don’t expect to be playing it a few days later.
Conclusion: Overall then Cars 2 is a loveable excursion into the world of Pixar. Built with all the efficiency and character that you’d expect from the movie studio’s cinema work, it demonstrates that what may not work so well as a film (unless of course you are six, in which case Cars is the best thing ever)...
Excerpt: For a movie based game, Cars 2 is actually quite a decent game and it seems that Disney have broken the movie game curse, especially considering their entertaining Toy Story 3 release last year.
Conclusion: Size matters far less in battle races because you have access to the same impressive arsenal of weapons playing as a speedy lightweight like Guido that you do as a slow heavyweight like Mater.
Pros: Good-sized and varied career mode, Great track designs with plenty of shortcuts, Four-player split-screen supported in all modes, Over 30 playable Cars characters.
Cons: No online play, Voice samples become grating after a while.
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21 June 2011
Conclusion: Concept: Put more than 20 characters from Pixar’s popular series through their paces in a variety of racing missions
Graphics: The characters look great, and Avalanche captured everything from the way the look to how they zip around the tracks.
Excerpt: Changing focus can be risky business for sequels, but it pays off in Cars 2: The Video Game. Whereas the first game (like its cinematic counterpart) was all about cute talking cars racing and becoming pals, this new version enters the dramatic realm of international espionage — and the new tone and...
Pros: + Fun, polished action-racing experience., + Several distinct play types, including races and car combat.
Cons: - Limp career-mode structure; no online play., ? Will we see multiple sequels to this Cars game, too?
Excerpt: Disney’s Cars 2 is from the team (Avalanche Software) that developed the surprisingly pleasant and fun Toy Story 3 video game released last year. The story is loosely related to the film and uses the film’s general plotline, which involves Lightning McQueen travelling around the world to compete in...