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  • Summary: In Cars Race-O-Rama, players join Lightning McQueen and Chick Hicks in Radiator Springs as they prepare their academy of student racers to compete in the Race-O-Rama Exhibition. Players encounter 12 new playable characters making their video game debut. A new and improved Lightning McQueen comes fully equipped with special racing kits, allowing him to better maneuver brand new, action-packed tracks that takes players to metro city streets, the Baja desert and sandy beaches. In addition, players are now able to modify Lightning McQueen’s wheels, rims, hood, side skirt, rear bumper, spoiler and paint with special customization features, giving Lightning a personalized style and look that has never been seen before. As players compete in this high-speed, racing adventure game, they can utilize Lightning McQueen’s newly designed drifting abilities and perform "Kachow" poses for enthusiastic reporters and fans encountered throughout the game. Cars Race-O-Rama also features multiplayer mini-games based on Disney-Pixar’s "Cars Toons," a series of animated shorts that are currently being aired on the Disney Channel. [THQ] Collapse
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  1. There's certainly no shortage of content in Race-O-Rama, and quite a few of the tracks are truly enjoyable. However, the overworld has had little love put into it, and there are many minor issues and bugs that come together to create a fairly uninspired package.
  2. 50
    It is the very definition of an average game, and does nothing to pay homage to the original movie, merely taking up six times the shelf space it should and damning any of the current platforms to yet another throwaway licensed game that simply wasn't needed.