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IGN (Nov 18, 2004)
For kids, the ultimate HotWheels experience stands on four pillars: cool cars, speed, stunts and tracks. Building the ultimate track and racing your favorite cars through bends and loops dished out plenty of fun.
GameZone (Dec 19, 2004)
The thrill is minute with more experienced players, but might keep young gamers enthralled much longer. The cars are easy to "drive", which makes it very friendly for a lesser skilled player. In that aspect, there will be a lot of fun for someone. But, if you have done some racing with a few different games, this will get old-- fast. A low price point and a young player are a good mix. Otherwise, steer clear of this collision-course adventure. Flash, Flare... but lacking the Fun.
GameSpot (Nov 24, 2004)
If you've ever had the opportunity to play any of the last several Hot Wheels games to hit the market, then you've pretty much already played Hot Wheels Stunt Track Challenge. This latest game to fly the Hot Wheels franchise banner uses basically the same driving mechanics that the series has used for years, relying on a very basic arcade racing model with only a few slight race mode variations to change things up a bit. Like its predecessors, Stunt Track Challenge is a game that makes an attempt to appeal to younger racing fans, but when you factor in how little this game really differs from any of the last few games in the line, there's really no good reason to go out and buy it.
TeamXbox (Dec 01, 2004)
We’ve all been familiar with Hot Wheels since we were playing with the little toy cars as kids and over the past few years there have been a number of videogames based on the franchise license. The latest of the series, Hot Wheels: Stunt Track Challenge is much like the previous games as far as the basic driving physics go, keeping with the game’s arcade style. There are however a few upgrades including some cool racing modes that help broaden Stunt Track Challenge’s gameplay more than previous Hot Wheels titles, but the game still remains well within the bounds initially set years ago, which doesn’t do much to push the franchise forward into the next-generation of fast-paced racers.
It's a reasonably fun title, but tired graphics and monotonously easy challenges mean this is strictly one for undemanding kiddies. They still exist, right?