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    Disney Speedstorm Review

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    Disney Speedstorm is a racing game where you can play as some of your favorite Disney heroes or villains. Here is our Disney Speedstorm Review.

    The game was developed and published by Gameloft, it was released on April 18, 2023, for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

    Disney Speedstorm is a massive surprise that isn’t talked about enough. It has everything both a Disney and racing fan would want in 1, but being a Gameloft game and the company being known for their mobile games, Disney Speedstorm is absolutely riddled with microtransactions and it just keeps throwing it in your face the whole time.

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    If you ignore all the microtransactions and focus on the game itself, it’s near perfect. The races feel amazing and smooth, the characters all look amazing and have some cool suits they can wear, cars that can be edited and so much other stuff that can help you become a better racer. There is some type of pay-to-play element to it but you dont have to pay, you can just stick to the content available for you during the season and limited challenges so that you can earn the paid content by just playing the game long term.

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    Each character has their own powers and crew mates to use, they all also have their own level-up items, but this does get you stuck sometimes by not having enough shards to have him become a 3/4/5 star so you can level them even more, this is bypassable by just waiting and doing daily stuff or money, which is kinda a shame, but there is so much content to play that I didn’t really need it.

    It’s a visual chaos with all the powerups and things flying around, but not in a bad way, it’s a very organized chaos and doesn’t really bother that much. I just absolutely loved every map, character, and all-around style of the game. Even better is the music, there are a bunch of remixes of popular Disney songs and all of them sound absolutely amazing. I love gaming while listening to music on Spotify, but this time, I just listened to the game music because of how amazing it was.

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    • Dex Fragg

      Founder of Game Craves and Reviewer.

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    SUMMARY

    A near perfect game that is sadly riddled with microtransactions

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