Cars 2: The Video Game – Nintendo DS

Cars 2: The Video Game introduces the international training center – CHROME (Command Headquarters for Recon Operations and Motorized Espionage) that expands upon the film storyline. Choose from more than 20 different characters, such as Mater, Lightning McQueen and the newly introduced Finn McMissile and Holley Shiftwell, and train to become world class spies. Participate in simulated hazardous missions using high-tech gadgets to evade and impede adversaries. Perform maneuvers only Cars characters can do, such as backwards driving, air tricks, sidestepping to avoid obstacles, two wheel driving and more. Connect with World of Cars Online, a free-to-play browser-based virtual world based on the Cars universe, to gain rewards in the video game and then use them to unlock new items in the virtual worl

Product Features

  • Cars 2: The Video Game introduces the international training center – CHROME (Command Headquarters for Recon Operations and Motorized Espionage) that expands upon the film storyline
  • Choose from more than 20 different characters, such as Mater, Lightning McQueen and the newly introduced Finn McMissile and Holley Shiftwell, and train to become world class spies
  • Participate in simulated hazardous missions using high-tech gadgets to evade and impede adversaries
  • Perform maneuvers only Cars characters can do, such as backwards driving, air tricks, sidestepping to avoid obstacles, two wheel driving and more
  • Connect with World of Cars Online, a free-to-play browser-based virtual world based on the Cars universe, to gain rewards in the video game and then use them to unlock new items in the virtual world

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3 Responses to Cars 2: The Video Game – Nintendo DS

  1. Mohammed Nasiru Yakubu says:

    Great game 0

  2. S. Abney says:

    Favorite game for my kids! 0

  3. Kelly Lawer says:

    Yawn. If you’ve been hearing the raving reviews for the Cars 2 console games and are hoping for the same experience on your DS, you will find yourself sorely let down. Cars 2 for the DS feels slapped together, with a repetitive story mode that cuts so much from the movie that it doesn’t even make any sense for those who haven’t seen the film. The regular racing mode, while well-controlled and providing an opportunity to play as loved characters, is glitched and the voices get annoying extremely fast…