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: 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