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The game stands out from other arcade racers by setting its races in everyday locations. You can build a track in a typical home garage and play as the small toy cars: The whole idea is to race from the perspective of a tiny toy car. Race through huge immersive playgrounds in the Hot Wheels Unleashed Nintendo Switch game. Buildand share crazy tracks where anything can be part of your circuit. All tracks offer acceleration strips: blue spots that charge your boost, and pink spots that boost you instantly. On paper, there’s an advantage to weaving lines that take you through as many of these as possible, but often those boosts fling you at disadvantageous trajectories towards the next section of track.

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The full release will include a track builder and 12-player online multiplayer, according to the developer, but simple quick races were the main event in the preview build I played. Mattel and developer Milestone revealed the first trailer for the upcoming game on Thursday, and although it doesn’t include in-game footage, it promises big time, arcade racing fun. The most effective way to approach a race, then, is to know its undulations and traps before the green light and tip-toe around them, coasting through some corners, powersliding very rarely. But the racing looks weighty, has decent oomph and the visuals aren’t too bad. And did I spot a few shortcut opportunities to explore? Compared to how I thought Hot Wheels Unleashed would look, well, it’s better.

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