Caleb Nelson "Author of The Philosophy of Fre..., Amazon
15 April 2014
Summary: A fairly fun game for my 3-year-old to watch me play, but pretty difficult for kids to actually master. The vehicle handing is choppy and stiff, and there is way too much repetition through 4 play areas and 3 difficulty levels. I am not a fan of how you have to play through everything to unlock the higher difficulties. Burnout Paradise is actually easier for my kids to play.
Summary: This game is pretty old, so its not the best game ever, but it is a great game. I bought it cause I love hot wheels, and I loved the wii version of this, a while back ago. It has a big selection of cars, about 10 starting cars. Every thing is tiny, cause your like a lego guy, racing through a huge track, but that makes it more fun. Everything is like a stunt. dvd cases are ramps, pipes are shot cuts, and mini golf corses are like lawns.
Summary: You need to do some quick thinking with this game and my little guys do exactly that. Love to watch the race and the grafics! It is scaled down to a Hot Wheels car... so you'll see golf balls, bars of soap and dominoes and other things in a kids bedroom. It really is a neat game for adults (good luck) and kids. Would recommend.
Summary: My son is infatuated with Hot Wheels and I thought he would enjoy playing this game. The gameplay of the racing is a little challenging for a small man (5 years old) but I think he'll grow to like it in a year or two. The scenery is well done and there aren't many glitches for such a diverse environment to race through (bedroom, bathroom, minigolf course, etc.).
Summary: I bought this for my 5 year old son to play. It is too hard for him to even complete 1 race on the easy setting. The cars crash so easily. My husband, who plays games all of the time, even said it was difficult to maneuver the cars to stay on the track. My son ened up getting frustrated after 10 minutes and hasn't played it since.