Digimon Racing Game Boy Advance
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  • Summary: If you thought Digimon didn't drive cars, you're wrong. In Digimon Racing, the Digimon crew just got their first set of wheels, and they're ready to tear up more than 15 tracks. As your favorite Digimon character from the animated TV series, you'll drive a kart through lava fields, jungles, and cities in a variety of game modes, including Single Race, Cup Race, Boss Challenges, and Time Trial. Link Game Boy Advance systems with a Game Link Cable for head-to-head action for up to four players. Expand
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  1. The Digimon racers are delightful and the whole atmosphere is upbeat, light-hearted and visually pleasing.
  2. 70
    Apart from having the first real racing game to feature Wireless Adapter support, there's no real reason to choose Digimon Racing over "Mario Kart: Super Circuit" or "Crash Nitro Kart" on the Game Boy Advance.
  3. I'd say Digimon beats Lego Racers, but only just.
  4. The racing action is similar to that of other kart games, but the Digimon influence adds a fun gameplay edge. [Oct 2004, p.124]
  5. The game doesn't handle nearly as well as games like "Mario Kart: Super Circuit." This is especially frustrating when paired with a track that blends a bit too well into the surrounding environment, and there are quite a few of those tracks. [Apr 2004, p.90]
  6. 5 / 5 / 7 / 6 - 23 [Vol 799; 9 Apr 2004]
  7. The cars are easy to control, the weapons are easy to launch and the tracks can be fun to navigate for a while. This isn't a bad game if you're just looking for some mindless fun to pass the time.

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