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Toy Story 3
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Ace game my sons age 7 and 8 have not stopped playing this game they say its great. would recommend to anyone.Report this review
Whatever age you are, you should definitely invest in a copy of Toy Story 3. This is a definate must buy.Report this review
I bought this game for my 4 and 7 year old sons. They have a decent game library by now but I have to say Toy Story 3 beats them all. The multiplayer happens via a split screen, meaning that they can both play at the same time and if one finds something a bit hard, he will eventually being pulled along as his brother completes that section of the level. The graphics are stimulating and colourful at all times - visually stunning and superbly rewarding, you cannot help but love this game! I've really enjoyed playing this with them and they love playing it together or solo. Probably the only game we've ever had that keeps them mesmerised level after level and they just keep playing it through. I paid 40 pounds when this first came out and it was money well spent. We've never had this much use from any one game before. I thoroughly recommend Toy Story 3 for kids of all ages and I've also really enjoyed playing it with them.Report this review
The next Toy Story film has been awaited for many years and didn't disappoint at the box office, I was also looking forward to the game as well, and that didn't disappoint either... mostly. The main story is rather short for me and i'm sure most people who have played it would agree with me. That's not to say that it is easy, not by a long shot. The amount of collectables in the missions dramatically increases the replay value, but just completing the missions themselves is not A to B, there are points that only certain characters can reach and so on, so there are challenges aplenty in this game. Then there is the hugely enjoyable Toy Box Mode, which is basically another campaign in itself, but with more freedom and creativity involved, town creation, townsfolk customisation and mini challenges are just a few. There are some setbacks though, the general gameplay is fine but an occasionally slow frame rate and rather flat textures just hold it back. The music and phrases that are used become repetitive after a while. The characters are voiced by the actors from the film, so no bad Tom Hanks impressions this time at least. I wouldn't say that this is the greatest game ever but as far as movie games go, it is definitely head and shoulders above the rest.Report this review
I had a quick blast on my little bro's copy of this game and I was very surprised - its kinda like GTA but in the Toy Story world! Lots of fun, and hardcore players should not be ashamed to jump in