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Walt Disney World Quest: Magical Racing Tour

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All-Reviews.com Video Game Review: Walt Disney World Quest: Magical Racing Tour Publisher: Eidos
Category: Driving
Platform: Dreamcast, PS1
ESRB Rating: Everyone    Release Date: June 2000

Overall Rating: 2 Stars out of 4

Review by Tom Allen
2½ Stars out of 4
(Review of Dreamcast version)

Crash Team Racing blows Walt Disney World Magical Racing Tour completely out of the water with the power of 100 sumo wrestler cannonball splashes. While the graphics are naturally improved over the PlayStation version, the game is still very bland in terms of visuals and game play.

The power-ups are cute. You can turn someone into a frog (a rip from Diddy Kong Racing). You can set teacup mines (teacups that explode). Heck, even acorns have some destructive power in this game; there is even a homing missile variety.

The tracks could not possibly be more boring, unless they were completely straight without any turns. None of the tracks captures the feeling of being at Disney World, nor do you feel as if you are the character you control.

This game is as fun as standing in line at Disney World or paying $5 bucks for a soda. Diddy Kong Racing and Crash Team Racing are still the top dogs.

Review by Tom Allen
2 Stars out of 4
(Review of PS1 version)

This racing tot is a nice idea (race courses set in Disney World locales), but Crash Team Racing beats it in a landslide. While the courses in MRT are pleasantly colorful, you don't always have a clear perception of the course on the horizon line as you always did in CTR.

The power-ups are cute. You can turn someone into a frog (a rip from Diddy Kong Racing). You can set teacup mines (teacups that explode). Heck, even acorns have some destructive power in this game; there is even a homing missile variety.

The tracks, however, aren't particularly well-designed, and the locales only serve to make things look pretty.


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