Reviews and Problems with Brave: The Search for Spirit Dancer
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Brave: The Search for Spirit Dancer
29 May 2012
Excerpt: How to impress a girlfriend as a young native American? That is the problem Brave is wrestling with in The Search for Spirit Dancer. Deep in the rainforest, there are no juiced-up cars to cruise with, or fancy clubs to show off your moves, so you can only decide to become a warrior.
Excerpt: The X-Men have enjoyed quite the run of success over the past decade or so. Multiple blockbuster movies and even a few well-done, entertaining games have put the mutants in the public’s good graces. But
Conclusion: The ironic thing is that the game’s flow and lack of superfluity, which makes it so fun, may inevitably be its Achilles’ heel. VIS could have easily used and reused the breadth of Brave’s universe, but rather than stick us with a bunch of menial cranks and levers they chose to burn brighter, over...
PS2 Review - 'Brave: The Search for Spirit Dancer'
9 May 2007
Summary: Set in a fantastic world based upon the mythology of Native America, the game tells the coming of age story of 'Brave' a young Native American boy embarking on an epic journey to save his tribe.
Excerpt: Like everything else in Brave: The Search for Spirit Dancer , the graphics aren't top notch, but they aren't bad either. Brave doesn't seem to be trying to win any visual awards, but the level design and stylized characters do a fair job of giving this game its own feel.
Conclusion: Along the way, Brave will explore forests and take his canoe down a dangerous river, search out the Sasquatch in a blizzard and fight amongst a herd of Buffalo. There are many creatures he will come across along his quest.