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...
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.
Summary: single player and a sidekick will have fun. Hard for 7 y/o. you can't swap characters, like Tangled, 1st player is the focus of the game, player 2 is a wisp, which is more or less a side kick following Amerada.
If buying for a kid, make sure that they like "adventure" games
10 July 2013
Summary: My daughter wanted this so bad. So I bought it for her. I didn't realize that she doesn't really like "adventure" type games so it's just been sitting around, collecting dust. Expensive mistake. She had the same problem with Epic Mickey 2, unfortunately. The game itself seems interesting.
Summary: playing the game. However, I have to wonder why every adventure type of Wii game that we've gotten so far always puts second player in a cloud or a star or in this case a wee wisp. It's aggravating to both players when the second player gets in the way when they're trying to help.