Brave - Nintendo Wii
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- Play as Merida, a Will 'o the Wisp and other popular characters from the new Disney Pixar film, as you run, jump and battle your way through the rugged landscape of mythical Scotland.
- Play as Merida Single Player or Coop with a Will 'O The Wisp
- Use your sword or bow and arrow as weapons throughout the game
- Compete with archery mini-games using Kinect for Xbox 360 and PlayStation3 Move
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Brave: The Video Game is a Third-Person Action-Adventure game that is a companion release to the Disney/Pixar 2012 major animated release of the same name. Brave is Pixar's first fairy tale release and features the adventures of Merida, the studio's first female lead character in a movie. The game features: a family-friendly storyline, bow and arrow as well as a sword combat, agile in-game movement, puzzle play, characters from the movie as well as others unique to the game, and co-op play and the ability to play as a bear.
Be Fast. Be Strong. Be Clever. Be Brave
Inspired by "Brave" the upcoming Disney/Pixar animated fantasy adventure movie, Brave: The Video Game invites players to run, jump and battle their way through the rugged landscape of mythical and mysterious Scotland. By using their wits and bravery, gamers will also be able to wield a sword and bow and arrow to defeat fierce enemies, break a magical curse and save a kingdom.
Play as Merida, Pixar's first female hero and an expert archer, or in the console versions players can also play as other entertaining characters from the film. In addition, they will be able to go on quests through a magical world and solve puzzles to uncover secrets. Gameplay features include an exciting single-player campaign, co-op for family and friends and a special Bear mode, in which players are able to play as a bear.
Key Game Features
- Third-person action-adventure in which player uncover secrets and break a magical curse
- Battle fierce enemies with your sword, bow and arrow
- Jump, dodge and climb through rugged environments
- Hear the voice of Merida as you play the game
- Discover new characters and costumes inspired by the film
- Varied ways to play including a single player campaign, as well as co-op or 'Bear' mode
Battle with sword, bow & arrow.
Co-op and 'Bear' mode.
Jump, dodge and climb.
Platform: Nintendo Wii
Top Customer Reviews
Also no where in the manual does it tell you how to activate the co op wisp. I thought I tried everything possible, I even googled it and couldnt get an answer till I called them. You just press the - button while the other player is playing Merida and the wisp pops up.
The mini games are fun to with the Elinor momma bear (you just move her around in a small area killing things that pop up) and the three little brother bears (solving small short puzzles to open doors).
Overall very fun and enjoyable game.
You play as Merida, who can wield a sword and shoot with a bow and arrow. Basically, with these weapons, you eradicate evil, which comes in four elements. After the tutorial, where you learn to use these weapons and to jump, you are presented with portals to 8 worlds that you need to clean up. Before you go into each portal, it will tell you what items are hidden in chests that you need to collect. You collect upgraded weapons, tapestry pieces, and even new outfits.
There are also upgrades you can buy with coins at a merchant, which is pretty much a rock. The rocks are available in each stage after you defeat a boss-like creature, and there are usually more than one in each stage. Coins are collected by breaking barrels, jars, tree trunks, flowers and weird looking machines - pretty much everything that is within the path is breakable.
By the time you go through two of the stages, you will have collected all four elements. These are the elements you shoot your arrows with. Each type of enemy will have a symbol on top of its head, which indicates which element it is weak to. You need to switch to the element that is indicated to defeat your enemies faster. There are also areas within the stage that you must shoot with the specified element to create standing space. The difficulty of the fights and stages ramp up as the game progresses.
Sometimes it will switch P1 to fight as Momma Bear.Read more ›
So I thought Brave on Wii would be a hit, but it hasn't been. It's a little too dark for her, which is odd since she's not usually the kind of kid who shies away from anything frightening (well, on the Disney scale). But there's something about this game she doesn't like- there's quite a lot of challenges in the game and it's only one player, which means that we can't play along with her to get her going and interested in the game. It's a lot of handing us the Wiimote and us playing for her and then her wandering off.
So, for a six year old girl, not a big hit. But I do think that as she grows, and when the movie comes out on DVD, she'll be trying it again. She does grow into her games, so it's worth hanging on to Brave because it is a nice game.
Just giving my 2 cents based on my daughter's experience with these games. She's 7 1/2 so maybe she'll grow into them, because as it stands, she doesn't really know what to do with the characters yet. Mario type games are more what she's into, and they're pretty straightforward.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We've had it for quite awhile. It's honestly pretty easy for myself as an adult but it can and still is challenging for my son who is now five. Read morePublished 2 months ago by L. LaCrosse
The disc plays great but I got mine used and the plastic coating was gone that holds the cover in place so it was taped onPublished 4 months ago by Samantha Dotts