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Cheat Code Central (Jun, 2008)
Kawasaki Snowmobiles is a real mess and not much fun to play. Also, since this game is essentially an advertisement for Kawasaki brand snowmobiles, the timing of its release seems incredibly poor. I don't think there are too many people who enjoy riding a snowmobile during a long, hot summer afternoon. I know there may be quite a few Wii owners out there that are fairly casual may not look too closely at a twenty dollar title before purchasing it, but this game is sure to disappoint anyone who is subjected to it. If you have a Wii and twenty dollars burning a hole in your pocket, pick up a virtual console points card instead. No matter what you download, it will most likely be more a worthwhile experience.
IGN (Jun 06, 2008)
Snowmobiles is slightly better than Jet Ski, if only because I never encountered any game-ending glitches. The game works, but it's not any fun. It's ugly, it's clunky -- it's pretty much the perfect example of lazy game developing. By now IGN readers know the drill: Data Design + Kawasaki = terrible. But there are others out there less fortunate than us who will make the mistake of buying this game. Do them a favor: if you see them taking Kawasaki Snowmobiles to the checkout counter, run up to them, smack it out of their hands, and say, "you're welcome!"
The Video Game Critic (Jan 28, 2009)
Don't worry about falling too far behind though, because your three bunched-up opponents slow down for you when you fall behind. You'll wish they didn't wait up, because the races are so long that you'll be begging for their merciful conclusion. There's no turbo button or any real strategy to speak of, besides the aforementioned cheating. Kawasaki Snowmobiles proves an interesting point: just because a game is dirt-cheap doesn't necessarily mean you'll get your money's worth