PC - Windows
HOT WHEELS UNLEASHED
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About this game
Developer: Milestone S.r.l.
Content Rating: Everyone
Collect the best vehicles in the Hot Wheels™ universe, build spectacular tracks and dive into breathtaking races. COLLECTOR OR ARTIST? BOTH The most iconic and sought after Hot Wheels™ vehicles are waiting for you. Get ready to make them race at full speed! Stand out in the crowd by setting off your personality with the exclusive livery editor. ALWAYS RUNNING Prove your skills by competing in awesome races and get ready for pure fun! Drift, charge the booster and launch yourself into spectacular loops. But be careful! If you're too slow gravity will do its job. The bigger the challenge, the greater the glory. Race side by side with your friends in split screen mode for 2 players or face up to 12 opponents in online challenges. CREATE THE SHAPE OF YOUR TRACK Waiting to host your races are enormous interactive environments with their own distinguishing features, where every object can become an integral part of the track.
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Gamer Reviews1717 Reviews
... they included suprise mechanic.. (gameplay is fine, but the tracks are boring unlike ps2 hotwheel game..)
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Critic Reviews12 Reviews
Hot Wheels Unleashed has a lot of good concepts and ideas that are sullied by awkward execution and weird design choices. Its physics could use some more fine-tuning, and its AI needs to be rebalanced, along with a revamped track builder. Yet, there's still some glimmer to its toy car shine.
The simple, pick-up-and-play racing action keeps things tame so anyone can pick one of the several rides and zoom down the masterfully crafted tracks without any fuss and little learning curve. With only a few misgivings to work on as of this review, Hot Wheels Unleashed has first place already in the bag, and I’m eager to see it continue succeeding down the line.
Hot Wheels Unleashed impressed me on basically every marker. It looks terrific, it feels great, and the track design is extremely well done. I kind of hate the blind box approach of unlocking cars, but that’s a small complaint when getting my wheels on the track is always a delight.