Garfield Kart Reviews (Nintendo 3DS)
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Nintendo Life (Jul 06, 2015)
This game is Garfield in likeness only; remove Garfield and you're left with a bland, horribly un-balanced Kart game (that's either way too easy or frustratingly hard) with no multiplayer options. Sounds good? No, of course it doesn't. Looking for a Mario Kart style game for your Nintendo 3DS? Just buy Mario Kart.
Hardcore Gamer Magazine (Sep 01, 2015)
With a lack of polish and few positive attributes, Garfield Kart is absolutely dreadful. The game actually started out as a mobile app and it plays like little was done when porting it over to 3DS. It simply isn’t fun and its only saving grace is the inclusion of those aforementioned surprising features. Bill Murray would agree that Garfield belongs stuck on a car window, not behind the steering wheel.
Gaming Age (Sep 09, 2015)
This lackluster Nintendo 3DS port doesn’t even offer any form of multiplayer mode (online or local) and it costs a whopping $29.99! The Android and iOS versions allow for Cross Play and even online races, with a better frame rate and cost a fraction of what this one does. The only reason this game was saved from a lower score is the fact that is aimed at very young kids, and many of the faults and issues will not matter to the little ones. This is no excuse to run out and buy it for them, as there are much better racing games out there that cost a lot less than this one! To everyone else, the 3DS port should be avoided at all costs. It’s clunky, slow, expensive and above all not fun to play at all. If you must try it out, then seek it out on other portable devices and forget the 3DS port even exists.