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Race Mickey and Friends Around Walt Disney World Quest- Magical Racing Tour on Playstation – Today in History – March 23rd, 2000

Most people reading this have had at least one fleeting notion in their lives to go racing around the attractions at Walt Disney World/Land.  Come on, you know you have wanted to put the pedal to the metal on at least one ride.  Whether that be Haunted Mansion or Space Mountain, one of the attractions has caught your speed demon thoughts at one time or another.  In Walt Disney World Quest: Magical Racing Tour you could do just that.  Best of all, you don’t have to worry about hitting patrons or staff.

The storyline for Walt Disney World Quest: Magical Racing Tour centers on Chip and Dale, from the Rescue Rangers television show.  You see, Chip and Dale have somehow destroyed the parks fireworks machine while they were gathering acorns for the winter.  You are tasked with picking a character and then winning races to collect pieces of the fireworks machine so you can repair it in time to open the park.

Walt Disney World Quest: Magical Racing Tour features real music from the various attractions at Disney World, with a couple of exceptions due to licensing rights.  Fans of Super Mario Kart found a welcome surprise in Walt Disney World Quest: Magical Racing Tour as both games are similarly designed.  Crystal Dynamics designed Walt Disney World Quest: Magical Racing Tour for several platforms including PSOne, Sega Dreamcast and Windows (the Game Boy Color version was handled by Prolific Publishing).

Reviewers from when Walt Disney World Quest: Magical Racing Tour was new have pointed out many similarities between this game and Super Mario Kart.  One thing that Magical Racing Tour has that bests Super Mario Kart is fast paced and twisting tracks to speed through.  Also, the locales are probably more recognizable to younger gamers, especially if they have a history of visiting the parks.

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