Digimon Racing

Digimon Racing (デジモンレーシング, Dejimon Rēshingu?) is a racing video game developed by Griptonite Games and published by Bandai (now Namco Bandai Games) for the Game Boy Advance. Part of the Digimon media franchise and video game series, it utilizes Digimon's characters and elements. Its gameplay largely resembles that of traditional racing games, but also utilizes elements of kart racing and action games. Its eleven playable characters can be increased to over 40 via Digivolution.

Digimon Racing uses Mode 7 and voice acting. The game was initially announced at Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2003 and later exhibited at E3 2004. It was released on April 1, 2004 in Japan; April 30 in Europe; and September 13 in North America. It received mixed reviews from critics upon release, with criticism directed at its resemblance to other kart racers of the time and praise at some aesthetic and gameplay aspects.

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Digimon Racing - Reception
... Publication Score 1UP.com C Allgame Famitsu 23/40 GameZone 7.4/10 IGN 7/10 Nintendo Power 6.2/10 Digimon Racing's release fell on April 1, 2004 in Japan April 30 in Europe and September 13 in North America ... IGN's Craig Harris and 1UP.com's Garnett Lee stated that Digimon Racing's gameplay mirrored that of Crash Nitro Kart and the Mario Kart series respectively ... Nintendo Power stated that "he racing action is similar to that of other kart games, but the Digimon influence adds a fun gameplay edge." Famitsu's four reviewers gave the game scores of 5, 5, 7, and 6 ...

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