Reviews and Problems with Disney's Treasure Planet
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12 January 2005
Excerpt: Whenever a new Disney movie comes out, it's a sure bet that a game adaptation of the movie is sure to follow. With some exceptions (such as Tarzan on the PSX), these titles usually feature watered down graphics, repetitive gameplay, or any number of problems usually reserved for 'bottom shelf' games.
Excerpt: Treasure Planet is based on the Robert Luis Stevenson inspired Disney movie of the same name. If you’ve seen the trailers for the movie, then you can probably guess that the solar surfer sequences that are featured so prominently in the preview have made their way into the videogame. However, the solar surfer is only half of the package. The game intersperses standard platform levels with the solar surfer levels, in effect giving you two games in one.
Excerpt: "Treasure Planet" was not a commerical success for Disney animation, even thought it was one of the studio's more visually stunning efforts in recent years. While one might think that the film's visuals (and story - based upon the Robert Louis Stevenson novel) would translate well to a video game adventure, they do - to a point.
Excerpt: Treasure Planet is the latest game adaptation of an animated Disney movie, and it aims to capture the look, feel, story, and characters of the film it's based on. Just by taking a quick look at the game, you can tell developer Bizarre Creations went to great lengths to do so. At the same time, the difficulty of the game is clearly aimed at the same young audience the movie is. Treasure Planet isn't a bad game--it just might be a little too easy for experienced players.
Excerpt: Developer Bizarre Creations are well known for their excellent racing titles. Titles like Metropolis Street Racer on the Dreamcast, and Project Gotham Racing on the Xbox were both highly acclaimed games that added an element of style to racing. However, their newest game is a platforming action/adventure called Treasure Planet .
Conclusion: Clearly aimed at a younger audience, the game still offers plenty of challenge to the seasoned platform gamer. But due to a clever game structure allows you to see the end of the game without collecting absolutely everything and completing all of the more demanding tasks. If you enjoyed the movie you'll undoubtedly enjoy the game, which is a credit to the Disney name.
Pros: Polished gameplay, good looks and some varied action., Solar Surfers rule (Tony Hawk really should get one)., The camera doesn't mess you around.
Cons: Highly derivative., It's another platform adventure based on a Disney movie.
Excerpt: Skatteøen er igennem årene udgivet i adskillige versioner, og hvem husker ikke den hysterisk morsomme Muppet fortolkning? Den nyligt udgivet Skatteplaneten tager den klassiske historie med rundt i universet, og naturligvis skal vi også begaves med et spil af samme titel. Senest har vi set Treasure Planet: Battle At Procyon, og denne gang skal vi kigge på en lidt nærmere artsfælle, nemlig Disney’s Treasure Planet.
Conclusion: Faktaboks Medie PlayStation 2 Udgivelsesdato 20. nov 2002 Format PAL Udvikler Bizarre Creations Udgiver Disney Udl�nt af Nordisk Film Interactive Se ogs�: PlayStation 2: Airblade PlayStation 2: Jak & Daxter: The Precursor Legacy PlayStation 2: Ratchet & Clank Dreamcast: Rayman 2: The Great Escape Kommentarer Ingen Spilfeatures Antal spillere 1 Ansl�et spilletid 11 timer ELSPA rating 3+ Onlinespil nej Link nej Valg af 50/60 Hz ja 16:9 Widescreen nej Billeder Andre...