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Crash Tag Team Racing

Crash Tag Team Racing (GCN) game cover art
Platform: GameCube
Tags: Racing, Arcade
Developer: Radical Entertainment
AKA: Crash Bandicoot: Gacchanko World (JP)

Reader Reviews

Crash Tag Team Racing review

Reviewed March 31, 2009

G_Dub says: "Crash Tag Team Racing. What a disappointment! I bought this game expecting some potentially fun kart racing game similar to what made me fall in love with the original CTR. I should’ve guessed any Crash game not made by Naughty Dog would’ve been terrible, but I was a fool and bought this game anyway. Oh well, now for the review. "
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