Excerpt: Kids games are generally about as well made as the cheap action figures I used to get from the local market - the ones that looked like the real deal, but more often than not didn't have movable joints and fell apart within a week. Toy Story 3 bucks the trend. It's the still in original packaging Generation One Optimus Prime of the kids video game world.
Conclusion: I must say that the last lv Muffin Masscre or something like tht was very interesting and my favorite level. I must say all in all it was 1 of the best E10 games ive played so far. Graphics 5/5 Achievements 4.5/5 Difficulty 3/5 Toy Box difficulty 4/5 Replayability 4.5/5 I hope u enjoyed my review and comment on anything i can improve
Summary: While the developers could have phoned in another summer movie tie-in game, Avalanche Software made some great choices backed up with some great assets from Pixar. Toy Story 3 might look like a simple platformer on the surface, but there is some hidden depth. The graphics are astounding in action and the sound is wonderfully done, using the voice actors from the films and some very close sound-alikes.
Excerpt: Let’s be honest, game adaptations of family movies do not have a good track record. There have been a lot of bad ones, and very few good ones. You can hardly blame the publishers, however. They know that parents will flock to the stores without reading a single review, just so their young kids can see their favorite cartoon movie characters jump into action on the TV screen. I’m happy to say that Toy Story 3 breaks the mold. It is not a simple cash-in.
Conclusion: A solid family title and one that should provide hours of fun. There's plenty of variety here, but a bit too much in the way of collectable goodies if you want to see it all, and as you'd expect, finding them all soon gets repetitive. That, and the all too brief story levels aside, Toy Story 3 is otherwise a surprisingly strong package that will offer something for the younger and older generations alike.