Though Cars will almost certainly take you well under 10 hours to complete, there's two-player multiplayer to mess with, as well as some bonus materials to check out, and those pesky achievements which, while attainable by playing through the normal course of the game, can't be collected in a quick-and-dirty fashion. Not to mention that the quality of Cars' content is enough to make up for its relatively short stature. However, it can't quite make up for the amount of time that's passed since the older console versions of Cars came out, and the higher price tag of $49.99 at retail. If you skipped out on the game back in June, have a young Pixar fan at home, and an Xbox 360, the game is still a good one. But you might be better off grabbing one of the other versions, since the changes made here are so negligible.