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Great game for kids, funny and entertaining game with tons of missions to do

  • Sep 29, 2010
Rating:
+3
You can play Toy Story 3 in two different modes. The first is Story Mode where you do each mission in order and the second option is Toy Box which allows you to play the missions at any time and any order.

You have the option to play as Woody, Jessie or Buzz and you can switch at any time throughout the game. Each character has their own special ability. It also gives you the chance to play as Emperor Zurg.

As you complete missions you will earn gold which can be used to buy new items and people for your world and you will also unlock additional items. You can buy new interactive buildings and customize their appearance to your taste. There is a barber shop to keep your people well groomed and a clothing store to outfit them in the latest fashion and much more. There is a Jail to lock up the local thieves after them commit a crime. There are vehicles to drive and animals to ride on.

I noticed that they recently added an update to the game to make it compatible with the Playstation Move. I guess there will be many games that will allow you to use the new controller.

I find so many things about this game to be funny and entertaining like the goofy outfits that you can dress your people in and the ability to pick people and animals up and throw them.

I really like the game the only thing I would change about it is to improve the graphics a bit. They aren't bad but they could do a lot more and use the enormous power that the PS3 has to offer and give it that WOW factor. Other than that it really is a great game.

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ESRB: E10+
Number of Players: Single-player, multi-player
Publisher: Disney Interactive Studios
Developer: Avalanche Software, Asobo Studio, n-Space
Console: Nintendo DS, PlayStation 3, Wii, Xbox 360
Genre: Platformer
Release Date: June 15, 2010
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