Summary: Easy, simple and fun game! If you want the Platinum Trophy, you have to play the game on "Brave" setting from start to finish. Needless to say, I wasn't able to devote that much time to repeatedly difficult levels. Was great fun on Easy though!
Summary: The game is a great game in many aspects, the graphics, the story, the sound, etc. My daughter really loved the game, it is not bad in that sense, the only thing I noticed compared to other video games is that this is too short, she finished it in about 4 hours, that is why I am giving it 3 stars...
Summary: I bought this game for myself to play in my free time in college. I liked the movie so i thought the game would be fun. Well its Fun game but not very challenging. Makes a good kid game. Maybe around age 7-10. Hard to get into because it's very targeted towards little kids. Good family game though.
Good game, but too short and not really a Move Enabled game
Jason Sherry "IzKen/Izzy", Amazon
30 December 2012
Summary: My 6 and 10 year old just finished this game today, in about 5 hours. So it's pretty short game, but still fun to play. The "Move" support is really just in a mini-game for archery shooting. The Move controller is not used at all in the main game.
Summary: For kids it may be a better game, as it's not overtly difficult, and is a quick one (I finished it in an afternoon). Graphics are decent but for little ones, the different buttons needed for different things (changing the "spell" on the arrow or sword for example, or "charging" an arrow) may be a...
Excerpt: In Disney Pixar Brave: The Video Game, challenge destiny and change your fate! Play as adventurous Merida, a Will ‘o the Wisp and other popular characters from the new Disney Pixar film. Run, jump and battle your way through puzzles and challenges across the rugged landscape of mythical Scotland.