Super Toy Cars
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Super Toy Cars feels like a game that escaped out of early access with a reassuring smile and a lot of fundamental issues unaddressed.
Super Toy Cars, is a title which you shouldn't worry too much about. It's short, forgettable and filled with empty promises, the diversity which developers have promised is non-existent, and tracks, with exception of a couple, feel just like re-skins.
Super Toy Cars could be seen as a modest and cost-effective alternative to Mario Kart 8 Deluxe but to be fair, you really can’t compare the two.
Super Toy Cars is a charming little toy racer with plenty of content.
Super Toy Cars ends up being a mediocre outing. For some, it might be enough to play through the content it offers and bust it out when friends are over. It is the best way to experience this title after all and it works all well enough. If you are playing alone, you can go through all the events on offer, but the lack of online features gives only limited appeal.
There is nothing more fun than taking out a member of your family with a missile and then pipping them to the finish!
This isn't Super Toy Cars, this is Regular Cars That Drive Surrounded by Giant Teddybear Sculptures Sometimes. Which is fine, of course, if what is being looked for is a mostly generic party racing experience.
Super Toy Cars is a fun game to play, providing a series of increasing racing challenges, the ability to play with friends and to create custom tracks. All of it is wrapped up in a nostalgic package that calls back to my childhood days, zipping around and letting my imagination do the majority of the work.
While performance issues in handheld mode are less prevalent, I found the performance in docked mode to be quite frustrating. At times I found the framerate inconsistency to be so jarring it would cause me to have difficulty controlling the car and sometimes even crash.
Super Toy Cars is a seemingly rushed and unfinished port of a barely average game.