However, there is some non-standard stuff here too! First of all, the game is fun. Sure it is cheesy and it was (mostly) made for 12 year olds but it is still playable. Second. the blend of Disney characters adds a nice touch and helps to keep you from getting bored. This is one of the few games that succeeds in making you believe that you are watching a movie. Finally, the game has that "addictive" factor and you will find yourself up way past your bedtime!.
1- The camera angles can be horrible. This is the only reason for "4" stars instead of "5". There are times when accomplishing certain tasks is more about figuring out how to get the camera angle right than the actual task.
2- It seems like if you didn't have the $15 manual you may be lost. Some of the items you need are a little hard to find, and without the manual you may be out of luck!
All-in-all I would recommend this game. Think of it as Dark Cloud with Donald Duck and Goofy! There is some frustration involved, especially when you are trying to figure out how to get the cameras to work in your favor, but it is still worth the $20!
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