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Star Wars: Super Bombad Racing (PlayStation 2)

100 point score based on reviews from various critics.
5 point score based on user ratings.

Advertising Blurbs

Back of Case - PlayStation 2:

    Take the high-speed turns, crazy jumps and wild gadgets of bigheaded cart racing, jumble it with the gravity-defying hyperspeed pace of Star Wars, and you've got a racing game with an entirely new edge! As one of eight highly stylized Star Wars personalities, you'll zip through a galaxy of locations zapping your friends and beating your opponents in an all out free-for-all filled with crazy powerups, big air jumps, and even a few surprises!

  • Race as one of eight Star Wars characters, each with their own unique personality, vehicle and racing style

  • Nine fully-detailed tracks filled with living creatures from all over that galaxy far, far away

  • Four arenas offer a free-for-all, duck-and-dash experience

  • Over twenty-five gadgets and powerups including boosts, force fields, frontal and rear attacks

  • Five game play modes: Race, Teams, Challenge, Arena, Race Mirror

    Contributed by Corn Popper (69643) on Dec 31, 2002.

From uk.playstation.com:
    Following on from the success of Starfighter and Demolition Star Wars returns... but this time there's something different going on!

    Star Wars: Super Bombad Racing gives you 'Big head' racing at it's finest with gravity defying, high-speed jumps and turns and outrageous gadgets. Anything to give you the edge with 5 modes of play and over the 9 gloriously detailed tracks!

    You can choose to play as 1 of 8 Star Wars characters each with their own vehicle and personality. From Anakin Skywalker and Darth Maul to Jar Jar Binks, all your favourites are there┬┐ but who'll win the race to the finish line? Who'll even make it to the finish line for that matter?! There are plenty of power-ups such as boosts and weapons available to ensure that it's not all fair play.

    Contributed by Grant McLellan (545) on Sep 12, 2001.