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Disney's Bolt - Review
KingJames2085 , GameStop
10 September 2012
Summary: In this tie-in to Disney's 3D-generated kid's film, you can control both Bolt and his owner Penny, each with their own powers, and abilities. Your primary mission throughout the game - find Penny's father. The first thing you look for in a video game is the quality of the game. Not the title or the genre. The quality. What the game's going to give to you. And for this game - Good sound, good graphics, great gameplay. This is a good one.
Summary: I bought this for my 5 year old son as a surprise for doing well on his first school progress report. He loves it. He has played it nearly every day since. It is perfect for children around his age bracket.
Summary: There is a longstanding history of horrid movie-to-video game translations going back to th days of the NES, and starting, some would say, with the landfill worthy E.T. for the old 2600. Disney's Bolt for the PS2 is not bad, but it's not great. It's got many of the actors from the movie, most impressive of which is Malcolm McDowell as Dr. Calico.
Summary: My son likes the game better than the movie! Very fun game to play, but my son got stuck in one of the later levels with a 'computer hack'. He cannot get past it and neither can I, so he was quite disappointed about that. Otherwise, he did enjoy playing the game. Please do not copy this review for use elsewhere on the internet.
Summary: We gave our 10 yr. old son this game for Christmas and he loves it! It is easy to play but yet challenging enough to keep him interested. The graphics are good and he seems to be very pleased with it.