Walt Disney World Quest: Magical Racing Tour
|Walt Disney World Quest: Magical Racing Tour|
|Dreamcast, Game Boy Color, Microsoft Windows and PlayStation|
|European Release Date(s)|
|June 23, 2000|
|North American Release Date(s)|
|March 23, 2000|
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Walt Disney World Quest: Magical Racing Tour is an interactive game based on attractions at the Walt Disney World Resort. Players compete in races on tracks inspired by attractions such as the Haunted Mansion, Pirates of the Caribbean, Space Mountain and Big Thunder Mountain Railroad to acquire missing parts for the park's fireworks machine, which was accidentally destroyed by Chip 'n Dale while they were gathering acorns. There are 13 playable racers including Amanda Sparkle, Bruno Brissle, Wilbur Jungle III, Jolly Roger,Astro Spacer, and Baron Count, though only three, Chip 'n Dale (depicted as in the show Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers) and Jiminy Cricket, appear outside the game. Racing vehicles vary depending on the track. There are, for example, logs at Splash Mountain, locomotives for Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, Doom Buggies in the Haunted Mansion and Time Rovers at Disney's Animal Kingdom's DINOSAUR. The soundtrack features authentic Disney music from the attractions, with the exception of Space Mountain, which features music from the Disneyland version, and Rock 'n' Roller Coaster, which does not feature Aerosmith as the actual attraction does.
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- Amusingly, the soundtrack to the game contains at least three holdovers from past Crystal Dynamics games. The music for DINOSAUR is lifted from the Prehistory Channel level of Gex: Enter the Gecko. The music for Blizzard Beach is lifted from Gex 3: Deep Cover Gecko, albeit with the portion containing the Gex 3 theme replaced by a section of "Tis the Season to be Jolly". Lastly, the music for Rock 'n' Roller Coaster is derived from Total Eclipse's Aqueous Major, the first level in the game. All of these games have been released on the PlayStation (Total Eclipse was released as "Total Eclipse: Turbo"), a console which this game is also on.