Games review: Toy Story 3: The Video Game
Friday 16 July 2010
£34.99 – £49.99
Format DS, PSP, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360
Publisher Disney Interactive
Publisher Disney Interactive It is hardly original to have a go at movie tie-in games, but sadly it is still a surprise when one manages to transfer some of the magic of the film on to your console. Well, Pixar fans rejoice – Toy Story 3 is one of those games. A 3D platformer, as well as following the plot of the movie, you can also play a separate free-roaming Toy Box modewhere you get to customise and explore a toy Western town. It looks as good as the films, which is a notable feat, but more impressive is the fact that it is a title designed for children that hasn’t used that as an excuse for a substandard game.
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