Reviews and Problems with Brave: A Warrior's Tale
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Fun movie tie-in
3 January 2015
Summary: My 5 year old daughter is a Brave fanatic so I thought this game would be great for her. It turned out to be just a little bit on the difficult side for her, though. We couldn't figure out how to play in 2 player mode at first because there isn't an option for it in any of the menus and it isn't mentioned in the booklet. My daughter started playing by herself but was unable to navigate some of the obstacles and kept asking for my help.
The graphics are great, and her little toddler brothers watch her play ...
TANYA MAGGARD, Amazon
30 September 2014
Summary: Purchased as gift for 7 year old girl. She loves this game and it has provided many hours of entertainment for her. The higher levels can get a little intense for a little girl.. but it has not completely stopped her from playing.. just not before bedtime! The graphics are great, and her little toddler brothers watch her play because they think it is the movie.
Summary: This game is not what I'd expect based on the movie. Somehow the movie was turned into a roleplaying game where Merida goes out and kills stuff until she defeats the evil bear (I think his name is spelled Mor Du). I don't remember much combat in the movie, so it seems like an odd type of game to make it into. As a role playing game, it's OK at best.
Summary: This game is all about leaping onto things and if you fall off you loose 1/3 of your life each time so pretty soon you can't take a single enemy hit. As a result you wind up looping back to the checkpoint each time. Sometimes this isn't a big deal, but others the checkpoint is several minutes behind you and you wind up playing this seemingly infinite loop as you try to figure out how the game wants you to jump. Very frustrating.
Summary: What is cool is I got it fast. Two day shipping was not over rated at all as it came...in two days. Have been playing it and since it was my first game ever (I'm a grandmother) it has been pretty good. I am just trying to get practice in before my 8 yr old granddaughter comes to play it with me. I know she is going to whiz right through it.
Summary: My seven year old daughter likes the game. Warning for those of you who are averse to violence/weapons. The main character shoots a bow and arrow. Nothing gory but shooting things none-the-less. Still, keep her engaged for 30-45 minutes at a time.