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GAME PUBLISHER: THQ
GENRE: Racing Adventure
PROJECTED SHIP DATE: June 2006
TARGET AUDIENCE: Kids 6-12, Disney and Pixar fans, racing fans of all ages
PLAYERS: 1-2
DEVELOPERS: Rainbow Studios (console versions), Locomotive Games (PSP), Helixe (GBA, DS)
GAME PLATFORMS: PS2, Xbox, GameCube, PSP, DS, GBA, PC/Mac, and Cars minigame version for PC/Mac

Videogame Synopsis Race to the finish line as you live all the fun and excitement of the next Walt Disney Pictures presentation of a Pixar Animation Studios film, “Cars.” Play as all your favorite characters as you help Lightening McQueen capture the coveted Piston Cup Championship.

Film Synopsis "Cars," the seventh animated feature film to be created by Pixar Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures, is directed by Pixar's two-time Academy Award®-winner John Lasseter, who directed "Toy Story," "A Bug's Life," and "Toy Story 2." A high-octane adventure comedy, "Cars" features the voice talents of Owen Wilson, Paul Newman and Bonnie Hunt, and has a wide assortment of cars as characters who get their kicks on Route 66. "Cars" is produced by Darla K. Anderson (A Bug's Life, Monsters, Inc.).

Videogame Key Features

  • Story-based racing adventure game that will relive all of the key moments of the movie
  • More than 10 playable characters from the film
  • Open world environment with more than 30 races and minigames
  • Authentic voice talent from the movie
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