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I am very thankful I had the money to purchase a copy of Hot Wheels Unleashed on the Playstation 4. Hot Wheels Unleashed can also be found on the Nintendo Switch, PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X. It has been some time since we had a decent Hot Wheels video game to play. Milestone is known for their racing games so they are a great choice for a Hot Wheels video game. There are plenty of cool things about Hot Wheels Unleashed and a few annoyances.

Were you able to catch any of the live streams I performed of Hot Wheels Unleashed? If you missed them they are currently in the video sections of our website, on YouTube, and will be coming at some future date to the other video sites we upload videos to (as long as those sites do not have crazy rules like no video over sixty minutes in length). I had a lot of fun playing Hot Wheels Unleashed. There were a few frustrations here and there. I played through the super majority of the Hot Wheels City Rumble.

Hot Wheels Unleashed can be played by one or two family members locally. Up to twelve players can enjoy Hot Wheels Unleashed in the online modes. There are five bosses to beat in Hot Wheels City Rumble. As players go through that mode they unlock cars, and track building content. If you want to make your own tracks then Hot Wheels Unleashed lets you do that. There are secrets on the map screen that block the way until you perform that action. It is mainly beat this race with this car.

We earn HW Coins and Parts in Hot Wheels Unleashed. We can also return duplicate cars for the HW Coins or the Parts. Parts are used to upgrade the vehicles one time. The coins in Hot Wheels Unleashed are used to purchase blind boxes. The blind boxes contain vehicles. You might get new vehicles or duplicates. There are two kinds of races in Hot Wheels Unleashed. They are racing against other vehicles for podium and first place, and time trial races. Time trials are not properly set for the difficulty though.

The randomization in the blind boxes are horrible. Different vehicles have different boost systems. We must sometimes race right into the sun. Drifting is not always helpful in Hot Wheels Unleashed. Get a good vehicle like 24 Ours, upgrade it, and use it. I learned that personally. Save the boosts for loops. There is one track with three in a row. Gravity can be a problem in Hot Wheels Unleashed. It is so weird racing upside down on the ceiling. All in all I enjoyed Hot Wheels Unleashed.
- Paul


Graphics: 81%
Sound: 77%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 90%
Family Friendly Factor: 87%

System: Nintendo Switch/PC/PS4/PS5/Xbox One/Xbox Series X
Publisher: Milestone
Developer: Milestone
Rating: ‘E’ - SIX and OLDER ONLY

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