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Cars 2 (video game)

2011 racing video game

2011 video game

Cars 2:The Video Game
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Developer(s)
Publisher(s)
Director(s)Troy Leavitt
Producer(s)
Designer(s)
  • Manfred Neber
  • Jared Bals
  • Devon Hargraves
  • Kelly Murphy
Platform(s)Wii, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows, Nintendo DS, iOS, Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation Portable, macOS
Release
  • NA: June 21, 2011
  • AU: June 23, 2011
  • EU: July 22, 2011
PlayStation Portable
  • NA: November 8, 2011
  • EU: November 4, 2011
Nintendo 3DS
  • NA: November 1, 2011
  • EU: November 11, 2011
  • AU: November 10, 2011
Genre(s)Racing
Mode(s)Single player, multiplayer

Cars 2 (also known as Cars 2: The Video Game) is a 2011 racing game developed by Avalanche Software and published by Disney Interactive Studios. It is based on the Pixar film Cars 2, the sequel to the 2006 film Cars. Originally announced at E3 2011, the game was released by Disney Interactive on major platforms in North America on June 21, 2011, and in Australia 2 days later. The game was released in Europe on July 22, 2011. Versions for the Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation Portable were released later that year in November.[2] The game features an array of Cars characters competing in spy adventures, as well as racing. The game received mixed reviews from critics.

Gameplay[edit]

Cars 2features most of the characters from its film counterpart, with additional characters from both movies available for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 via downloadable content.

In Cars 2, a third-personracing game, players have a choice of 25 different characters and train to become world-class spies. As part of training, players participate in missions using high-tech gadgets, for example, to avoid enemies or slow them down.

The game has three types of trophies: bronze, silver, and gold. Points are awarded at different values depending on what type of vehicle class players use. The game characters are divided into three weight-classes: heavy, medium, and light. Players can unlock new cars, tracks, and missions by collecting emblems. Drop-in/drop-out multiplayer modes support up to four players simultaneously.

Synopsis[edit]

Based on Pixar's computer animated film, Cars 2: The Video Game follows the exploits of car characters Lightning McQueen and Mater as they train in a secret facility known as CHROME, short for Command Headquarters for Recon Operations and Motorized Espionage. They are joined by British Intelligence agents Finn McMissile and Holley Shiftwell as they attempt to become the car-equivalent of spies.[3] Several characters from the Cars 2 film appear, with additional characters from the first film and Cars Toonsanimated shorts available as downloadable content.

Development[edit]

Cars 2was unveiled during E3 2011. A playable demo was presented in a Cars-styled booth.

The game was first shown to the public at E3 2011.[4] It was also unveiled at the American International Toy Fair in New York City.[5][6] According to a video interview on Game Line, John Day, the producer of the game, said they wanted to create a good family racing game and add a few things that perhaps no one has seen before.[1] Avalanche Software was working in close collaboration with Pixar artists to bring the humor and personality of the feature film to life.[5]

Reception[edit]

Reception

Cars 2 received mixed reviews from critics, with a score of 72 and 74 on Metacritic for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions respectively. IGN gave the game an 8 out of 10 rating, stating that "Cars 2 is a great multiplayer game that rivals Mario Kart."[18] The Official Xbox Magazine gave it a 7.5 out of 10 rating, praising fun and polished racing but criticizing the fact that online play was missing from the title. Game Informer gave the title a 7.75 out of 10 rating, calling it a satisfying racing experience.[15]GameSpot's Justin Calvert gave it a 7.5 out of 10 rating, praising its career mode and track designs. He was, however, upset that there was no online mode as expected and also no free roam unlike its predecessors.

References[edit]

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  5. ^ ab"Video game based on highly anticipated Cars 2 film features new international spy-themed adventures with favorite Cars characters". IGN. Archived from the original on 2011-06-19. Retrieved 2011-07-19.
  6. ^IGN Staff. "Turturro, Izzard also announced as new voice cast at Toy Fair". IGN. Archived from the original on 2011-08-22. Retrieved 2011-07-19.
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  15. ^ abCork, Jeff. "Avalanche's Latest Is A Licensed Game Worth Driving". Game Informer. Archived from the original on 2011-07-26. Retrieved 2011-07-19.
  16. ^Minotti, Mike. "This charming mash-up of mechanics from Mario Kart and Burnout will appeal to both young fans of Pixar's franchise, and even a slightly older audience". GamePro. Archived from the original on 2011-11-30. Retrieved 2011-07-25.
  17. ^Calvert, Justin. "Cars 2 is a colorful and varied racer that's a lot of fun to play with friends and family". GameSpot. Archived from the original on 2011-07-16. Retrieved 2011-07-19.
  18. ^ abTanner, Nicole. "Like Mario Kart but hate the Wii? Cars 2 might be for you". IGN. Archived from the original on 2011-06-26. Retrieved 2011-07-19.
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External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cars_2_(video_game)

Cars 2: The Video Game

Cars 2 is a video game adaptation of the Pixar film of the same name. Interestingly for a game consisting completely of cars, the game is aCars 2 is a video game adaptation of the Pixar film of the same name. Interestingly for a game consisting completely of cars, the game is a first person puzzle platformer, with some light RPG elements thrown in for good measure. Anyone buying that? No? Ok, fine. Of course it's a racing game! And a surprisingly solid one at that. Lightning McQueen and the C.H.R.O.M.E. agents are out to stop Professor Z from setting off weapons all over the world. The best way to do this, obviously, is to have a bunch of races. But none of this is actually happening, because the entire game takes place inside a simulation. So much for drama!

Don't let the child friendly appearance of the game's subject matter confuse you, Cars 2 is a very well made racing game. All your favorite Cars characters are on display, and while they do have differing stats (the only two stats being speed or power), they all handle fairly similarly. But the similar feel is a solid one as each car handles nicely as you careen around the track. You can gain turbo by pulling off aerial stunts, bashing into other cars, or drifting. A nice touch was added to the drifts, where if you drift into a wall your character will automatically hop up on two wheels to ride the wall and keep the speed and flow of the race in tact. Each raceway has numerous hidden shortcuts to find, and you will need to use them if you want to win some of the races later on in the campaign. Again, don't go into Cars 2 thinking every race will be a walk in the park. You will need to use all your racing skill if you wish to take home every gold.

There's more than just the standard race mode that Cars 2 has to offer. Battle race gives the game a Mario Kart feel as random weapon pickups are available on the track. And like Mario Kart, the further behind the leader you are the better weapon you will obtain. Attack mode has you chasing down Professor Z's minions, cleverly named Lemons, on the race track. You must destroy as many as you can to keep the timer from reaching zero. Survival mode gives you a constantly depleting shield that you can replenish by driving through checkpoints and destroying enemies. Each of these modes switches up the formula of driving around a track just enough to be worth playing.

Cars 2 also boasts local multiplayer, and in addition to every mode listed above being able to play with friends, there are also two multiplayer specific modes. Arena is a pure head to head destruction competition, where the first player to destroy enough cars wins. Disruptor is a capture the flag type game, where players must take a spawned bomb to their opponents base in order to destroy it. These modes are a nice diversion for when you get tired of the more standard racing affairs.

While Cars 2 may not do anything to revolutionize the racing genre, it doesn't do anything wrong either. While many may dismiss it as a kiddy game due to it's subject material, and others may dismiss it for being a movie tie-in, it exceeds both of those labels. If you are a fan of the Cars films, or you simply like racing games, give Cars 2 a chance. You won't regret it.…Expand

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Cars 2: The Video Game
Game Information
Developers

Avalanche Software
Firebrand Games (DS/3DS)
Virtual Toys (PSP)

Publishers

Disney Interactive Studios
Sony Computer Entertainment (PSP)

Platforms

Wii
Nintendo DS
Nintendo 3DS
Macintosh
Microsoft Windows
PlayStation Portable
iOS
Xbox 360
PlayStation 3

Release date

June 21, 2011

Genre

Racing game

Cars 2: The Video Game is a racing game for the Xbox 360, Xbox One (Backwards Compatible), Xbox Series X/S (Backwards Compatible), PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 (With a PS Now Subscription), PS5 (With a PS Now Subscription), Wii, Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation Portable, and PC. It is the fourth installment in the main Cars series, and the sixth overall. Similar to every other Cars game, includes new features such as tracks and game modes. New items and characters were included, as well as improved multiplayer experience. Returning game modes are also present, such as the primary racing elements.

Gameplay

Changes

Up to four players can race in the game, which players can choose from more than 20 different characters and train to become world class spies. As part of their international training, players can participate in simulated hazardous missions using high-tech gadgets to evade and slow down adversaries.

Cars 2 used to feature connectivity with the World of Cars Online – a free-to-play browser-based, virtual world based on the hit Pixar animated Cars universe. Players were able to discover a new world beyond Radiator Springs with Mater, Fillmore, Sarge and others as they gain rewards in the video game and then use them to unlock new items in the World of Cars Online. It was suitable for children with ages from 9-17. It does not work now, because the World of Cars Online closed.

On the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, there are several other characters that the player can download and play in the game. However, some of those characters are from the first Cars movie and Cars Toons.

Controlling

There are several different control schemes that can be used, depending on what iteration of the game the player is playing. Xbox 360, PlayStation and Wii controllers can be used for their respective consoles, while the handheld versions each utilize controls that are built into the system.

Basic controls

  • Accelerate: The car will begin to pick up speed until it has reached its top speed.
  • Turn: The car will turn the desired direction, whether it be left or right.
  • Drift: The car will take turns sharper, and fill up the turbo meter.
  • Boost: Once a section of the turbo meter glows yellow, the player can perform a quick speed boost to help them gain a lead.
  • Jump: The car will hop to jump over other cars or obstacles.

Advanced controls

  • In the Zone: Once all four sections of the turbo meter are filled up and glowing yellow, the player can perform an "In the Zone" ability. A force field will surround the car as it advances at remarkable speeds, pummeling anyone or anything that stands in its path.
  • Tricks: During a jump, the player can have the car perform a trick by moving the control stick. If a trick is successfully performed, the player will land on the ground with a small turbo meter award. However, if the player does not land correctly, no boost will be awarded, and time will be lost as the car is reset. Multiple tricks can be performed while in the air.

Modes of play

  • C.H.R.O.M.E. Missions: Divided into 6 clearance levels, this mode is similar to the story mode from past Cars games, though it lacks an open world. There are five different types of missions - races, battle races, hunters, survivals, and attack. In order to advance to a different clearance level, a certain number of spy points are required.
  • Free Play: Any unlocked C.H.R.O.M.E. missions can be played here, with a friend or in solo mode. Every category of mission can be found here.
  • Awards: Badges and crests serve as an achievement system, being awarded every time a player makes a significant accomplishment in the game. Receiving a badge or crest may also award a new character or alternate skin.
  • Settings: The game's settings can be modified here, including screen display and audio distribution.
  • Garage: Here is where the unlocking criteria for every character can be viewed. Once a character is unlocked, their profile can be viewed, displaying a short bio, as well as their weight class and statistics
  • The World of Cars Online: Until the World of Cars Online services were discontinued, Cars 2: The Video Game could connect to the online game. Doing so would open an additional world, with badges and crests unlocking new items.

Items

Cars 2: The Video Game introduces an item system, something that was not present in any of the previous Cars video games. Most of them are spy-related weapons like machine guns and missile launchers, but there are some additional items like oil and leeches.

Image Name Description
Machine GunsA common weapon that will shoot rapid fire for a short amount of time.
MissilesA single-shot pair of missiles that will fire at an opponent.
Troika MissilesThree single-shot missiles that will fire at an opponent.
Skate JackA remote-controlled car jack that will drive under an opponent and launch them in the air.
Impact MineA mine that resides on the track until an opponent makes contact with it, exploding them in the process.
Oil SlickA small oil slick that will make opponents slip if ran into.
Satellite QuakeA satellite laser that can be fired towards an opponent to blow them up.
Satellite BlitzA satellite laster that blows up the racer in first place, also spinning out any racers it hits along the way, very similar to the Spiny Shell from the Mario Kart series.
Energy Leech

An electric charge that bounces around, but soon stops snd remains in place. It spins out any car that touches it.

Energy BlasterAn electric charge that generates on the roof of the player using a Van-de-Graaf-like apparatus which remotely delivers the shock to all opponents.

Playable characters

There are a total of 35 characters to be unlocked in the game, ten of which are accessible at the beginning of the game. To unlock more characters, the player must earn badges or crests, or advance to the next clearance level.

Starting characters

Unlockable characters

Unlocking criteria

Character Criteria
Carla VelosoGain access to Clearance Level 2
Nigel GearsleyGain access to Clearance Level 4
Miguel CaminoGain access to Clearance Level 4
Max SchnellGain access to Clearance Level 3
FillmoreGain access to Clearance Level 2
GuidoEarn the "Frequent Flyer" crest
Professor ZEarn the "Capitol View" crest
GremGain access to Clearance Level 3
AcerEarn the "Road Trip" crest
Miles AxlerodGain access to Clearance Level 5
TomberGain access to Clearance Level 6
ChukiGain access to Clearance Level 6
Daisu TsashimiGain access to Clearance Level 6
Radiator LightningEarn the "Runway Pancake" crest
Carbon Fiber LightningEarn the "Agent - Third Class" crest
MaterhosenEarn the "Agent - Fourth Class" crest
Finn - Union JackEarn the "Agent - First Class" crest
Racer HolleyEarn the "Agent - Second Class" crest
Midnight FrancescoEarn the "Master Tracker" crest
Brand New FillmoreEarn the "Ready, Set, Go!" badge
Camo SargeEarn the "Dangerous Cargo" badge
Team Lightning LuigiEarn the "Tokyo Vandal" badge
Team Lightning GuidoEarn the "Bulldozer in a China Shop" crest
Gunner AcerEarn the "Road Rage" badge
Young Professor ZEarn the "Master Agent" crest

Downloadable characters

On the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of the game, there was a total of 23 downloadable characters available for download. Most are skins of different characters. With the exception of The Queen, who can be downloaded for free, all characters are $1.00 each and some bundles of 4 characters are sold for $3.00 each.

Badges and crests

Name Unlock criteria
Master AgentUnlock 49 badges and crests
SmashingDrive through 100 breakable objects in a single event
World's Best Backwards DriverDrive backwards for a total of 60 seconds in a single event
Nothing But Air TricksComplete 10 air tricks in a single event
Shock ValueUse 15 turbos in a single event
Ready, Set, Go!Perform a perfect quick start
Hop-A-LongHop 20 times in a single event
All Mine!Earn 30 seconds of bonus time by destroying Lemons in a single Attack mode event
Dangerous CargoDestroy 5 explosive trucks in a single Attack Mission
Capitol ViewGain access to the upper level of a skyscraper in Tokyo Arena
SurvivorGet a gold trophy in a single Survivor Mission
Drop the BombKnock the Disruptor out of any opponent's grasp 5 times in a single Disruptor challenge
Eye in the SkyDestroy 3 lemons
Power SurgeCollect 3 bonus batteries in a single Survival Mission.
Make Them QuakeHit any opponent 2 times with the Satellite Quake weapon.
Road RageBash 15 Lemons in Hunter Mode
Jet SetterJump over an airplane's wings 3 times in Airport Arena
Jam Your GearsDrive through 10 fruit stands in Italy Arena
Island HopperUse the island as a shortcut in Casino Tour
Bushwacked!Drive through 6 hedge sculptures in the Castle Courtyard in Hyde Tour
Lights OutDrive through 15 lamp posts in London Arena
Share the SpotlightGrab the attention of the Trimaran splotlight 3 times in a single event
Disruptor DisruptorIn Disruptor Mode, destroy the opponent's base
Tractor TipperTip 3 tractors in a single Canyon Run, Timberline Sprint event or Radiator Springs Arena
Hudson HornetDrift on a drift strip for a continuous 6 seconds in a single event
Tokyo VandalDrive through 17 street signs in a single Tokyo race
Runway PancakeCollide 3 times with a landing aircraft in Runway Tour
Trick MasterString together 5 tricks in a single jump
Bash 'n' CrashSide bash 100 cars
Bulldozer in a China ShopDrive through 500 breakables
TailgaterSpend 5 minutes drafting cars
In Your FaceDrive backwards for 15 minutes
Stunt DriverPerform 150 air tricks
Turbo ChargedUse turbo 250 times
Eat My DustGet 40 perfect Quick Starts
Agent - Fourth ClassUnlock any 10 badges or crests
Agent - Third ClassUnlock any 20 badges or crests
Agent - Second ClassUnlock any 30 badges or crests
Agent - First ClassUnlock any 40 badges or crests
Leader of the TrackGet a gold trophy in all of the C.H.R.O.M.E. Hunter Missions
Lock 'n' LoadCollect and use each type of weapon
License Expired!Destroy 250 Lemons in Attack Mode
Dead EyeHit the chase car 25 times with any weapon in Survival Mode
Special DeliveryDeliver the Disruptor 35 times in Disruptor Mode
Disruptor InterruptorKnock the Disruptor out of 30 opponent's grasps in Disruptor Mode
Road TripDrive 250 kilometers
Bumper CarTake out 50 opponents in Arena Mode
International Car of MysteryGet a bronze trophy or better in every C.H.R.O.M.E. mission
Frequent FlyerSpend 20 minutes in the air
Master TrackerCollect 20 Spy Point Pick-ups

C.H.R.O.M.E. missions

There are six clearance levels, each one consisting of 5-8 missions. There are five types of missions - races, battle races, hunters, survivals, and attacks. You have to receive a certain number of spy points in order to make it to the next clearance level.

New Agent Training

Clearance Level 1

  • Unwelcome Aboard
  • In Plane Sight
  • Fast Friends
  • Airport Invasion
  • There's No Place Like C.H.R.O.M.E.
  • Oil Rig Showdown

Clearance Level 2

  • Hit the Road
  • World Grand Prix
  • Runway Invasion
  • Porto Corsa Invasion
  • Objects in Mirrors
  • Airport Showdown

Clearance Level 3

  • Burning the Midnight Oil
  • Coastal Invasion
  • Runway Runaway
  • Harbor Hassle
  • Power Surge
  • London Showdown

Clearance Level 4

  • Foe Interior
  • Hit or McMissile
  • Unfriendly Competition
  • Air Power
  • Rush Delivery
  • Italy Showdown

Clearance Level 5

  • Tokyo Invasion
  • Save the Queen
  • Sour Lemons
  • Lightning the Mood
  • Home Security
  • Tokyo Showdown

Clearance Level 6

  • London Invasion
  • Casino Run
  • Ginza Invasion
  • Trial in the Timbers
  • Rumble in the Red Rocks
  • Return to the Rig

References to other media

  • Cars: Some of the Radiator Springs elements depict features such as Willy's Butte and the Tractor Tipping fields.
  • Cars: The Video Game: The main Radiator Springs town layout is similar to the open world from this game.
  • Cars 2: Several characters that debuted in this film are present in the game, many along with their respective voice actors. The game is also based around the film in general.

References in later media

Reception

Despite the film's negative reviews, the game has received positive reviews, with a score of 76 on Metacritic for the Xbox 360 version. IGN gave the title a 8 out of 10 rating. Stating that "Cars 2 is a great multiplayer game that rivals Mario Kart. Playing alone isn't quite as fun, but it's still a solid solo experience. The fact that there's little story doesn't really matter because you won't miss it, and don't let the license scare you off. Under all the Pixar beauty is an extremely fun game." The Official Xbox Magazine gave it a 7.5 out of 10 rating. Praising fun and polished racing but criticizing the fact that online play was missing from the title. Gameinformer gave the title a 7.75 out of 10 rating, Calling it a satisfying racing experience. Christopher Healy on Common Sense Media awarded the game 5 stars, and called it "Great combat racing, but loads of gunfire and explosions.", stating "The mix of spy-gadget combat and fast-paced racing action in Cars 2: The Video Game is a really cool way to translate the secret agent theme of the Cars 2 film into video game form. While the fighting aspect feels a bit intense for young kids, it's presented in a way that is easy to pick up and incredibly fun and exciting for players who are old enough to handle it."

"The game looks and plays great. There are loads of ways to earn nitro boosts during a race -- jumps, stunts, backward driving, taking out opponents, etc. -- and using those boosts for last-minute surges to the finish line can be wildly suspenseful. There's a nice big selection of cars from the get-go, and by the end, you'll have a staggering amount of characters to choose from. Multiplayer is a blast, too (even if, perhaps, a bit too literally)."

Gallery

For this subject's image gallery, see Cars 2: The Video Game/Gallery.

Beta Elements

Main article: Cars 2: The Video Game/Beta elements

Glitches

Main article: Cars 2: The Video Game/Glitches

Hyde tour spawning glitch

Occasionally, the race will spawn a character on the opposite end of the race track, not allowing the car to accelerate, instead only allowing side bashing.

Nigel Gearsley laughing glitch

On some occasions, Nigel Gearsley's laughing sound clip will be stuck on repeat until the race ends. Until the finish line, players will hear Nigel laughing over and over again which covers most of the sounds and music. This is part of a glitch shown below.

Game lock-up glitch

Occasionally during Races, Battle Races, Attacks, or Survivals, the game's soundtrack will begin to stutter and the character's voice clips will be stuck on repeat until the event ends. When the player restarts the event or try to exit it, the game will show a black screen and lock up. The only way to get out of this screen is to reset the console. This glitch only occurs on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC versions.

Game freezing glitch

Sometimes as the character select screen loads up, the game will freeze and make a loud buzzing noise and then the player must unplug their console and then plug it back in. Resetting the console will do nothing. This glitch only occurs on the Wii and PC versions. (If the glitch occurs on the PC version, the player must force shut down their computer.)

Staff

Main article: Cars 2: The Video Game/Staff

Media

For a complete list of media for this subject, see List of Cars 2: The Video Game media.

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Spanish Cars 2: El videojuego Cars 2: The Videogame
French Cars 2: Le jeu vidéo Cars 2: The video game

Trivia

  • In the developer diaries, a few of the "cameras" were labeled "Camera A113."
  • A Plug-N-Play version of the game by Jakks Pacific was also released.
  • Many of the World Grand Prix racers who were muted in the movie have speaking roles in the game.
  • Characters such as The Queen and Uncle Topolino can only participate in races only.
  • In 2015 the game was ported to PlayStation 4, however it can only be obtained by purchasing a PS Now Subscription.
  • Lightyear Lightning and Francesco - Hotrod are the only characters exclusive to PlayStation.
  • The multiplayer on PC version can have only two players, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions multiplayer can have four players.
  • This is the first Cars game not to be published by THQ.
  • This is the first Cars game to be developed by Avalanche Studios.
  • This is the first and last Cars game to be published by Disney Interactive (not including Disney Infinity).
  • This is the first and last Cars game to have DLC.
  • There are only 2 racers that are missing in the game which are Rip Clutchgoneski and Lewis Hamilton for unknown reasons
    • Lewis was intended to appear in the PSP version of the game. As he was found in beta screenshots.
  • Cars 3: Driven to Win's animations were reused from this game.
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