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Cars: The Movie (Platinum)

Released on 17 November 2006

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Race to the finish line as you live all the fun and excitement of the next Walt Disney Pictures presentation of a Pixar Animation Studios film, "Cars." Play as all your favourite characters as you help Lightening McQueen capture the coveted Piston Cup Championship.

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 Average rating (3 reviews)

 You gotta get this!

| | See all cheekychihuahua's reviews (21)

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Wow! A driving game i can actually control without smashing into the sidelines, so if your not that great at driving, well now this gotta be worth getting. Gorgeous graphics, just like in the film with all the great cars to choose from too, this will be a real hit. Well thought out tracks add to the game play, great for boys or girls.

 Add 1 or 2 stars if its for a kid that likes the film!!!

| | See all EasyTiger's reviews (8)

Ok, so I bought this for the girlfriend but actually quite enjoyed it for a while.
Unfortunately there isn't enough variety in the characters. Lightening McQueen has exactly the same stats as about 2 or 3 other cars. The ability to customize cars, E.G. increasing speed or turning ability, would have been a nice touch. As it happens, unlockable colours is the most that can be changed on the any of the vehicles available.

The racing controls made my fingers really sore. It wasn't just me either, my girlfriend didn't play the game for more than 15minutes at a time because it hurt so much.

The tracks vary from genius to madness. Its good timing jumps to clear obstacles and hit boost pads but its incredibly frustrating when a combine harvester appears out of nowhere and stops your car dead in its tracks.

The game doesn't last that long either. I'm thinking its perhaps aimed at a slightly younger / more casual gamer than me though.

Overall it was better than I ever expected a movie tie in to be and is the best Disney movie tie in game since Lion King or Aladdin...