DHGF: Monster High Skultimate Roller Maze can best be described as a blander version of the Mario Kart titles. The core game is mechanically sound, with various different racers to pick from and a light sampling of tracks with which to play on. Being able to swap characters on the fly is a neat concept, especially since it allows you to put together a balanced team to accommodate any track. Yet somehow, the races themselves fail to inspire much excitement with the limited amount of racers that compete at any given time, and the small selection of tracks make obtaining unlockables more of a chore than it otherwise should. Also, the various abilities and items granted to the racers don’t offer the kind of thrills one would reasonably expect from a game of this type. Kids and hardcore fans of the license will likely be perfectly fine with the game. For everyone else, unless you’ve completely mastered Mario Kart 7 and have a void to fill, I’d give it a pass.