Cars 3: Driven to Win (Switch)

Model Number: 883929589203
Web Code: 10654789

Overview

Put the pedal to the metal and go that extra mile to become a champion in Cars 3: Driven to Win for Nintendo Switch. Inspired by Disney Pixar's Cars 3, this game puts you in the driver's seat as you join Lightning McQueen and Cruz Ramirez as they go up against rival racer Jackson Storm.
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Drive like a champion

  • Play with over 20 customizable characters including Lightning McQueen, Jackson Storm, Cruz Ramirez, and more
  • Features over 20 tracks set in iconic locations from the film such as Radiator Springs and Florida International Speedway

Live life in the fast lane

  • Collect a variety of power-ups to eliminate as many crash karts as possible to get the high score
  • You're only as good as your last stunt in Stunt Showcase; catch air and perform as many stunts and tricks to get the highest score

Practice and compete

  • Put your training to the test and race against your family and friends in Battle Race
  • Enter the Playground to practice stunts, engage in challenges, or simply cruise at your own pace
ESRB
10 and Older
Condition
New

Language Features

Operating Language
English; French
Motion-Controlled Gaming
No
Instruction Manual Language
English; French

Number of Players

Players - Offline
2
Players - Online
1
Genre
Sports & Racing
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  • Fun Arcade Racer, Annoying Rubberbanding
    by

    from British Columbia on January 19, 2020

    Would've rated higher, but the rubberbanding of the CPU was way too aggressive I felt. There was some noticeably low-res textures as well. I get that it's a Switch port, but better texture optimization would've been appreciated (at the very least make sure the starting line was high enough resolution so you wouldn't notice every time you began a race). The mechanics were solid. Not pushing any boundaries of arcade racers, but still satisfying to control nonetheless. It's marketed to young kids, but I suspect the rubberbanding would easily frustrate most. The default difficulty is quite challenging even for me and I've played dozens of arcade racers in the past. However, unlocks and progression is very forgiving. So long as you keep playing the game you will be making progress and not just spinning your tires. Overall worth checking out if you're a fan of arcade racing games. Just make sure you notch it down to easy difficulty if your youngins are playing.


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