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Submitted by Columbo 1877d ago | review

Gaming Excellence: Wacky Races: Crash & Dash Review

Let's say for argument's sake that you're the most die-hard fan of Wacky Races of all time. You have the entire forgotten series on DVD, and you still sleep in Wacky Races sheets. Maybe, just maybe, you'll get ten minutes of nostalgic enjoyment before removing the game from your Wii forever in favour of essentially any other game available of the system. Wacky Races is a repetitive, annoying, and awfully shallow experience that is neither worthy of your time, money, or even consideration. The mere fact that you've read this review all the way to the bottom is the most attention you should ever give this travesty. Avoid this game like you would that girl in the eight grade who used to pick her nose and munch on the contents.

Pros:
* You don't have to play it (no really, the game plays itself)
* Midrace cutscenes look sharp
* Doesn't cause your Wii to spontaneously combust

Cons:
* Races can be won without touching the controller until the end
* Pointless mid-race minigames
* Midrace loading
* Idiotic, repetitive gameplay
* Excessive arm waggling
* Lousy controls
* Terrible camera (Wacky Races: Crash & Dash, Wii) 2.4/10

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