Toy Story 3 Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
Toy Story 3 Reviews11
|website||score||publish date||article quality|
|D+PAD||3.5/5||Jul 14 '10|
|Destructoid||8/10||Jul 01 '10|
|EuroGamer||8/10||Jul 14 '10|
|Gamer Limit||7.5/10||Jul 27 '10|
|Games Radar||7/10||Jun 24 '10|
|GameSpot||7/10||Jun 15 '10|
|IGN PS3||8/10||Jun 23 '10|
|NZGamer||8/10||Jul 03 '10|
|PALGN||7/10||Jul 19 '10|
|VideoGamer.com||8/10||Jul 15 '10|
|Worthplaying||7.5/10||Jul 02 '10|
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Toy Story 3 Previews
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|GameZone||Jun 10 '10|
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"Hugely enjoyable for the most part, Toy Story 3 can certainly be considered amongst the best of film to videogame tie-ins. Demonstrating enough charm and exceptional visuals for fans of the series, with the puzzle and platforming sections of the game doing their very best in giving gamers reason to take notice."
"All in all, though, Toy Story 3: The Video Game is a really good game -- I can easily see it appealing to almost anyone that plays it. Most of the time these Disney movie games only appeal to a younger audience, which is a shame. Toy Story 3: The Video Game has enough sophisticated design and true challenge that even hardcore gamers (and hardcore Pixar fans) like myself can find stuff to love. The Toy Box alone makes it worth checking out."
"Toy Story 3 is an awkward and uneven package at first glance, and the perfunctory and annoying movie levels sour the sweetness of Woody's Roundup, but not enough to overwhelm the game's easy charm. With those missteps cast aside, Toy Story 3 is a rare treat that appreciates the fine line between play and playing, and hints at a future where movie tie-ins could actually be something to look forward to."
"Toy Story 3 is a prime example of a film-tie in done right for once, that offers a compelling banquet of good clean fun. Future developers, take note."
"Toy Story isn’t just a game for kids; fans of the trilogy should have no reservations about picking this one up."