Excerpt: Brave: The Video Game isn’t a game I would recommend for everyone, yet at the same time, it is something I think a lot of people will actually enjoy. It’s a straightforward action game and fun. At the same time, it is aiming for a particular audience, so the more interesting play elements aren’t pushed as far as they probably could be.
Conclusion: If you were a fan of the movie or even if you weren't, you will have a good time with this game. QUICK TIP: Want an extra bow? Go to the extras menu and input the code: A,A,X,A. This code comes from the game's official site. You're welcome. Thanks for reading my review. Be sure to comment if you see something you don't like. Thanks.
Excerpt: Brave: The Video Game follows the journey of Merida, a princess who wishes her mother would let her be the carefree child she yearns to be. Things go wrong when Merida asks a witch to help her and inadvertently turns her mother and three brothers into wild bears. The game is inspired by the Disney Pixar movie Brave, which is already on circuit in cinemas across South Africa.
Conclusion: Brave, though a game based on a movie IP, doesn't follow the horrible trend we have seen for the past decade. Like I said earlier, this is an enjoyable experience for all ages. For those who enjoyed the movie and looking for a bit more to hold them over until the DVD and blu-ray release, I recommend picking up this game.
Disney's Latest Adaptation Delivers Action And Kid-Focused Co-op
22 June 2012
Conclusion: Concept: Give players a sword and bow, and let them loose in a game based on Pixar’s latest film
Graphics: Merida’s trademark hair is a matted mess in cutscenes, but the game looks nice overall
Sound: The actress behind the main character reprises her role, though she doesn’t have anything particularly interesting to say
Playability: Blasting foes with your bow feels natural and satisfying, and it’s easy to swap out elemental attacks in the heat of battle
Excerpt: Typically movie based games cause me to cringe whenever I see them, but Disney Interactive’s latest game Brave was a pleasant surprise. Games structured off of Disney properties are becoming more and more exciting to play simply because they are providing a much stronger gaming experience than in the past. Brave is a solid title that brings a fun gaming experience for family oriented gamers.
Excerpt: isn't the most suitable title for Disney Interactive Studio's latest release, a game that plays it safe on almost every conceivable level. It is, of course, the title of the Pixar movie on which the game is based, and despite Disney Interactive's reluctance to tinker with a tried-and-tested video game format,
Kaum ein Monat vergeht, in dem nicht mindestens eine Spieleumsetzung eines aktuellen Films auf den Markt geschleudert wird. Meistens ziemlich lieblos umgesetzt und von uns in einem Testartikel zu Recht mit einer mäßigen