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M&M’s Kart Racing





M&M’s Kart Racing 


I love playing games like M&M’s Kart Racing. I find so much fun in games like this one on the Wii. Hopefully you watched the videos I did of this Wii racing game. If not, please click here. At times I was laughing with M&M’s Kart Racing, and at times I was laughing at M&M’s Kart Racing. For a cheaper kart racing clone M&M’s Kart Racing does some things right.

The modes we can play in M&M’s Kart Racing are Quick Race, Training, Arcade, and Tournament. Two family members can enjoy M&M’s Kart Racing at the same time. It took me a few tries to understand I had to collect so many cookies in each of the ten race tracks in the Arcade mode. Which is an odd thing to do, but whatever.

There is an obnoxious screech sound in M&M’s Kart Racing on the Wii. Who thought that was a good idea? Otherwise the music is okay in M&M’s Kart Racing. The narrator likes to tell us the same things over and over again. Boosts are nearly worthless in M&M’s Kart Racing in my personal opinion. We can pick from different colored M&M’s in this home console racing game.

The controls in M&M’s Kart Racing are horrible. I learned it was better to go slower to make it through the race tracks. How many other racing games require you to go slower? The lag in the controls is real. There are plenty of places to get stuck in M&M’s Kart Racing. It took me awhile to find the reverse button.

I was able to purchase M&M’s Kart Racing for just under five dollars before all of the massive taxation. For me M&M’s Kart Racing is worth the price of admission. It is a short video game and has some issues. Multiple family members can enjoy M&M’s Kart Racing though. I would like to see sequels to M&M’s Kart Racing in the future. I know the odds of that happening are pretty light. You never know though. I can hope.
- Paul


Graphics: 60%
Sound: 55%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 50%
Family Friendly Factor: 70%

System: Wii
Publisher: DSI Games
Developer: Frontline Studios, Calaris
Rating: ‘E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY

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