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Wii Car Racing Games Review

Updated on September 7, 2014

Racing Games Are Very Popular Among Wii Users?

If you're thinking about purchasing a Wii for Christmas this year, you should learn all you can about the great video games that you can play with the device.

Racing games are quite popular for the Wii, and can be played by people of all ages. So, finding out about the latest Wii car racing games release will help you to add the right games to your collection.

Mario Kart Wii Game
Mario Kart Wii Game

Mario Kart For Wii

One of the best Wii car racing games release(s) of 2009 was Mario Kart for Wii.

This game is played with the Wii Wheel, so you'll need to purchase this in order to 'steer' in the game. Young children can play this game, and older players enjoy it as well.

It's easy to control and lots of fun. You can choose to participate in specialized races, and you can even do some Grand Prix racing once you get used to working the controls.

This is one of the few Wii video games that requires the use of the Wii Wheel, which will teach your kids about coordination, since the wheel makes the driving in the game seem real.

You may also want to know about the Wii car racing games release for the Speed Racer game. Speed Racer was a favorite cartoon for many kids in the 1980s, and was even turned into a popular movie.

Now you can race just like your favorite character, swerving around curves in the road, and increasing your speed at every turn to compete against other racers. The game will allow you to customize the way your car looks, so that you can race a vehicle that will reflect your personality.

If you like car racing Wii games, you may also enjoy some other interactive games that are created for Wii. You can find out about games that are inspired by the Olympic Winter Games using the same sources that offer information on Wii car racing games release.

Games like Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games takes place in a virtual Vancouver, Canada (the same place the actual Winter Olympics will be played in 2010). There are lots of challenges in the games, as well as a variety of Olympic activities that you can compete in.

In addition to finding a Wii car racing games release, it's a good idea to purchase Wii games that will help you to stay in shape. Wii Sports Resort is a sequel to the very popular Wii Sport game. You'll be able to participate in sports like skydiving, basketball, and a number of water sports like water skiing and diving.

You can even use the Wii remote to make the game much more interactive and realistic.

Cars The Video Game
Cars The Video Game

Another Popular Game Is The Cars Wii Game

If you loved the Disney Pixar movie 'Cars', chances are you'll enjoy playing the Cars Wii game.

There's so much to do in the game, so you'll be challenging your mind instead of simply racing around.

The game is also ideal for children, since there are a number of mini-games that will teach children coordination, as well as help them to review colors and shapes.

Here's some information about this Wii game, as well as how you can master it.

If you're not sure whether or not you want to purchase the Cars Wii game, you should pick up the demo first. You can download the demo for free from the Xbox Live Marketplace website, or you can visit

The download can be transferred to your Wii console or your PC, and you can start playing right away. The controls are easy for just about anyone to manipulate--all you'll really need to do is become familiar with the gas and breaks.

Before you get start with the main Cars Wii game, it's also a good idea to try some mini games. Cars Wii comes with dozens of smaller games for you to play in case you're not used to racing games, or just want to change up your activity every few minutes.

Make sure that you learn to use the boost for the Cars Wii game as well. When you're racing, the boost feature will help you to maneuver correctly when you're coming out of a tight corner. And, look for short cuts. There are several of these features in a standard racing game, and you can find them in just about every map you race on. Some these will even help you to win the race!

When you play the Cars Wii game, use caution when you're driving off the track. You have three seconds before the game automatically puts you back on track. And, of course, try not to hit things. When you run into objects, it will slow your car down to a crawl, and it can take a few seconds to get you back up to speed again.

You can purchase the Cars Wii game at your local video games store, where you'll also find some Wii game accessories that will make the game much more fun and interactive.

To get more information on the new features and advancements that come with the Cars Wii game, check out the reviews available at

Gaming Consoles
Gaming Consoles

Cars The Video Game Is Available On Other Gaming Consoles

The most popular version of Cars the video game is Cars Race-o-Rama, which is available for PlayStation 2 and 3, as well as PSP, XBox 360, Wii, and Nintendo DS.

When you play the game, you'll be racing against new characters--some of which weren't featured in the Pixar film.

You'll be able to select a number of tracks to race through in order to win the Race-o-Rama trophy. The game starts with Lightning McQueen in Radiator Springs.

McQueen prepares all his students for champion races at the Springs, and you'll be able to choose from a number of racing tracks before you get started. Along the way, you'll also be able to upgrade your abilities, as well as the look of your car.

Cars the video game is a great activity to participate in with your children, since it promotes coordination and speed. Your kids will also learn the importance of competition, and you can use your game playing time to teach your little one the importance of sportsmanship.

When your kids see video games that feature their favorite Pixar characters, they may be more motivated to practice at the game until they are able to complete the various obstacles that are required to go to the next level.

Before you purchase any version of Cars the video game, it's a good idea to read a few reviews so that you'll know exactly what to expect. The reviews should tell you all you need to know about the game, including the price, and the age group that the game is intended for. You'll find out how many players can participate in the game at one time, and there should also be some recommendations about the best online shopping sources for the game.

To find out more about Cars the video game, you can visit the Disney Pixar website, and can even be directed to links that will allow you to purchase the game in the comfort of your own home.

Don't forget to check out your local Best Buy or Radio Shack for Cars the video game, as well as Wii accessories that will make the game even more fun.

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