Nintendo 3DS 3-Game Action Pack
These fast-paced portable games keep the action family-friendly while also putting players’ joystick skills and button-clicking speed to the test. In Wipeout 2, friends or family can compete head-to-head, picking offbeat characters and racing over devious obstacle courses. Cars 2 expertly mimics the feel of the hit movie, as their beloved jalopies train to become spies with high-tech gadgets and new stunts like backward driving and sidestepping. The final title converts another beloved Disney film to video game format, though this time it’s not much of a jump: Wreck-It Ralph asks players to take on a host of side-scrolling mini games and puzzles to help save Ralph’s arcade universe.
Cars 2: The Video Game
- Expands on storyline of the hit animated film
- Choose from over 20 characters such as Mater or Lightning McQueen
- Participate in simulated hazardous missions
- Use high-tech gadgets against enemy vehicles
- Stunts such as backward driving, air tricks, sidestepping, and more
- Connect to World of Cars Online, a free browser-based virtual world
- Uproarious family-friendly game
- Play as multiple zany characters as you challenge intimidating courses
- Over 50 wacky obstacles to conquer
- Both winter and summer settings
- Play head-to-head or against yourself
- Help restore peace to the arcade universe seen in the acclaimed film
- Action-adventure with side-scrolling mini games
- Fight as Ralph to help repair the world with Felix
- Challenging puzzles
- 3D mode
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The Fine Print
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