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Submitted by Wiiloveit 753d ago | review

Wiiloveit.com: Kart Krashers - DSiWare Review

"Surfacing with less combat-based roots than what its name insinuates, Kart Krashers is an action-focused racer with a simple premise at the heart of its blended execution. Though you may already have a set idea of how the implied demolition factor will come about, know that this is a game that likes to do its own thing and stick with it all the way through as a point of coherency. So you can pretty much forget about said ideas if they center on the sort of mayhem you'd associate with games like Destruction Derby, or even something more in the spirit of friendly competition like Mario Kart. Still, in attempting to bring those collision mechanics in as a basis for an achievable whole, you'd hope that some positive friction would surface even in the face of a relatively limited scope." -- Wiiloveit.com (Kart Krashers, Nintendo DS) 63/100

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