My boys have been big fans of Cars since birth, or so it seems! They love the characters, the cars and of course, the chase that this well-known story line offers. When they heard about the Cars 3: Driven to Win game for WiiU, this was one of the few things all 3 of them could agree that they really wanted for Christmas!
Cars 3: Driven to Win picks up after the final race in Disney-Pixar’s Cars 3 film, bringing together players of all ages and skill levels to battle it out on the racetrack. The competition heats up with 20 customizable characters like Jackson Storm and Cruz Ramirez, along with the beloved Lightning McQueen, putting pedal to the metal on 20 tracks set in iconic locations from the film!
The game feels like you are in the movie, driving Lightning McQueen for the win! The graphics are great and the customizable characters add a new level of fun to the story!
Boys will be boys, and they will eat, sleep, breathe, and dream all things Lego! Naturally, they couldn’t wait to try out the newest game in the Lego gaming adventures.
LEGO Worlds is a game fueled by creativity and fun where players can explore, discover and build their own imaginative worlds made of bricks. From using the large-scale landscaping tools to create vast mountain ranges for exploring the worlds of helicopters, dragons, motorbikes or even gorillas!
If you have a gamer in your family, both of these are great gift ideas for the holidays! Games like Lego Worlds and Cars 3: Driven to Win are bound to bring a lot of smiles and cheers, long after the tree comes down for the season!
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