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If you love to think and complete Tony Hawk-style tasks and love the fact that you have to start from ground zero and work your way up to play the next part of the game this is a great game. Just keep in mind that you have to start out doing all of it on easy and dominate to the point of boredom just so you can get a higher difficulty level and then do it all over again to get the next highest difficulty. There are plenty of great racing games out there for the PS2. Sadly, this isn't one of them.
As scathing as it may sound, there's really no reason for a racing fan to play Hot Wheels: Beat That! unless that fan is a little kid. Although the gameplay isn't quite broken since it's still physically possible to participate in races, it just isn't fun. Even more unfortunate is the fact that the game's few positive elements, like awarding flame points (use for unlocking content) for achieving secondary goals, are completely lost in a much greater number of negative traits. Ultimately, there's a great deal of irony in Beat That's title, since it's beaten very easily by the majority of racing titles on the market today. Save your money and buy some chocolate or something instead.
La série Hot Wheels s'enfonce dans la médiocrité et la paresse. Même à petit prix, ce jeu de courses sans âme et bâclé risque fort de passer totalement inaperçu au milieu de l'avalanche des sorties de Noël.