DreamWorks Animation characters are coming to consoles with the launch of DreamWorks All-Star Kart Racing and DreamWorks Trolls Remix Rescue, developed by GameMill Entertainment.

All-Star Kart Racing ($39.99) is the obvious Mario Kart-like party racing game that every company with a stable of IP has to put out at some point.

The roster includes 20 characters such as Shrek, Puss in Boots, Hiccup, Po, and Boss Baby. Each racer has a uniquely styled kart, and can customize their ride with hundreds of parts and accessories.

While racing around the Kingdom of Far Far Away, Bergen Town, or New York City Zoo, players can discover secret paths and collect powerups, including the magical Trolls.

All-Star Kart Racing will support up to four player local split-screen, and up to eight players online.

Speaking of Trolls, Poppy and friends will star in Trolls Remix Rescue ($49.99), a 3D rhythm-platformer.

A new enemy has emerged that threatens the Trolls’ musical harmony. Poppy, Branch, Guy Diamond, and others will need to travel across the Trolls Kingdom, using the power of their Hair-Jitsu.

Players can also choose to create their own custom Trolls character.

Expect lots of music-themed mini-games and a rockin’ soundtrack. Trolls Remix Rescue will support up to four players in local co-op.

Neither game has a release date yet, but All-Star Kart Racing’s Digital Deluxe Edition ($49.99) will add two exclusive new characters, Master Oogway and Wolf. Trolls Rescue Remix Digital Deluxe Edition’s additional content has not yet been announced.

Both games will release on PC, PlayStation, Switch, and Xbox later this year, and are available for pre-order now.

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