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The Speed Racer revival is proceeding apace, fueled by a new cartoon series, a videotape, MTV reruns of the original show, and now a video game. Dangerous Adventures' amazing racing scenes-featuring flying cars that sprout buzz saws-are snatched straight from the '60s show and are rendered in the same pastel-colored animation that made it a kitschy favorite.
Poor graphics and action on the side-scrolling levels hurt the overall look and feel of this cart, but the racing levels are second to none for challenging fun. If you're a fan of the cartoon series, this cart definitely for you.
Video Games & Computer Entertainment
The racing stages are kind of dull. They're super long and very tedious until you start trying out your saw blades on opponents. The platform-style stages fare a little better, because you can be Racer X and prance around in his snazzy outfit and kick bad guys around. A weird combination of game types which only partly succeeds.
Game Informer Magazine
The tracks in Speed Racer are long, uneventful, and ugly - not even the inclusion of gadgets like wheel blades and autojacks spices things up enough to make this wreck worth playing. Go, Speed Racer. Just go.