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Developed by Firebrand Games (NASCAR Unleashed, Cars 2, Need for Speed The Run, Hot Wheels Track Attack), players can now join the ranks of Team Hot Wheels, an elite group of drivers competing for the coveted title: "World's Best Driver." The drivers are split into four teams, each with their own disciplines: Super Fast (Green), Outrageous (Red), High Tech (Blue) and Powerful (Yellow). Compete in over 70 thrilling events in four Hot Wheels Test Facility (HWTF) locations around the world. For the first time, players can experience the legendary world of the HWTF where the latest and greatest Hot Wheels creations are born.
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Features
  • Extreme motocross in the Andes, freestyle mid-air stunts on top of Shanghai skyscrapers,...
  • 24 customizable vehicles including classic Hot Wheels designs such as the Ripper, the Twin Mill...
  • Intuitive arcade gameplay design that is easy to play but keeps players coming back with its "one...
  • Go behind the curtain and unlock the secrets of the Hot Wheels Test Facility, an ever-changing...
Binding
Video Game
Brand
Mattel
Creator
WB Games
Edition
Standard
ESRB Age Rating
Everyone
Genre
racing-game-genre
Hardware Platform
xbox_360
Label
Mattel
Manufacturer Minimum Age
24
Number Of Discs
1
Number Of Items
1
Operating System
microsoft_xbox_360
Package Quantity
1
Platform
Xbox 360
Product Group
Video Games
Publication Date
2013-09-17
Publisher
Mattel
Release Date
2013-09-17
Studio
Mattel
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  • EAN: 0044111174663
  • MPN: 1000425204
  • UPC: 101633135111
  • Model: 1000425204
  • Part Number: 1000425204
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  1. I really liked “Hot Wheels: Beat That!” for the Xbox 360. It was a fun “Mario Kart” type of experience (tons of different tracks, power-ups, etc.). This game is nothing like “Hot Wheels: Beat That!”. It’s a really unpolished attempt at a racing simulator. The Hot Wheels brand should be fun, colorful, wide open, and most importantly, fun. This game misses all of the marks.When you start the game, you’ll be introduced to different modes and gameplay instructions with poorly developed loading screens and terrible voice acting. That’s the first sign that this is truly a rushed budget title aimed at cashing in on the Hot Wheels franchise. When you actually start playing, the controls are absolutely horrible, and you’ll find yourself fighting to keep your vehicle on the track, more than you are actually trying to enjoy the game, and complete the task at hand.Level after level, the mechanics get worst. There is no sense of speed. The visual effects are half backed. The commentary is repetitive and horribly done. This game truly has no redeeming qualities, besides the Hot Wheels branded cover art.If you’re a fan of Hot Wheels, or, you’re looking to purchase this for a kid that likes the brand/collects the cars, steer clear of this one. You’d be better off picking up “Hot Wheels: Beat That!”. Or, nearly other racing title on the market. This is one of the worst games that I’ve played in a long time.1 / 5 Stars.

  2. I’m not to fond of this game, but my nephew loves the game, and that is all that matters really. I got it so he had something to play when he visits. He is about 9-10 years old, so if you have a kid that age, I am sure he will love it.

  3. Exactly what I thought we should expect from it. My son (6 years old) loves it as does my husband, though he claims he’s just playing because my son asks him to…lies…he’s playing because it’s just a fun game! Lol

  4. This game is very confusing. If you can do a multi-player mode, I cannot figure out how to (and I am a very tech-savvy person.) I bought it as as a gift for my brother and he likes it but the menus are confusing as are the “missions.”

  5. My 5yr old really enjoys this game. Inexpensive price. Wish I had noticed it was single player – I probably would have still purchased, just wish it was 2 player option so the boys could play together

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