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Disney Universe - Nintendo Wii

Platform : Nintendo Wii
157 customer reviews
Metascore: 61 / 100

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  • Suit-up for action as more than 40 classic and contemporary Disney characters including Alice, Mike, TRON and Stitch.
  • Mischief, magic and mayhem reign as players explore 6 different worlds inspired by Disney and Pixar films.
  • Team up with up to four friends  to solve puzzles or defeat enemies or toss your friend into trouble!
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Platform: Nintendo Wii

Disney Universe is an off-the-wall non-stop action adventure where Disney worlds and characters mix up for the first time. Suit up in iconic costumes and face challenges in legendary Disney worlds.  Defeat enemies, collect coins and powerups, unlock new costumes and explore with friends as you battle in a mix-up of worlds inspired by numerous Disney and Pixar films.

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Platform: Nintendo Wii
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  • ASIN: B0051873RE
  • Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 0.6 x 7.5 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 25, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (157 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,865 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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140 of 143 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Erwin VINE VOICE on October 26, 2011
Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
Disney Universe is simply a must have game for all Disney geeks and a perfect game for kids just starting out with games. The game will draw an immediate comparison to the Lego series of games and for good reason, there is a lot of borrowing. However, the differences that Disney Universe includes are almost always for the better.

The story is simple, Disney Universe is a new system that essentially allows people to live Disney movies. The places are occupied by bots which turn evil under the control of Hex, the game's villian.

To save the guests stuck in Disney Universe, your blue character dons the suit of a popular Disney hero and smashes their way through levels.

You start out in levels inspired by Pirates of the Caribbean with a limited number of suits. From my experience playing with about 10 different suits thus far, they all control basically the same, using a sort of slash attack to defend themselves (A sword for Jack Sparrow, a guitar for Stitch, a broom for Donald etc). This is a tad unfortunate as many of the Lego characters had different talents which made that game more strategic.

Each level has severla objectives before you can reach the end. Generally this involves building some objects, solving small puzzles and completing challenges. None are particularly difficult but it becomes insultingly easy with the inclusion of a big blue arrow guilding you from place to place. Thankfully more experienced games can turn this hint system off.

The puzzles are suprisingly fun, considering many puzzles in Lego games become tedious. One particularly amusing section involves turning into a zombie to walk underwater (I don't get the logic, but I go with it) and opening gates and moving mines.
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62 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Stephan Anagnostaras on November 5, 2011
Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
I am not sure about others, but I am always looking for good games to play with my kid. They have to be easy, but not too easy. Disney U game play very similar to Lego (although it is not as good as the Lego games - your kids will probably like it more because you get to be in the actual Disney/Pixar worlds).
Up to 4 people can play simultaneously which is great for inviting friends and so on.

Bad things about the game I don't like (and these are mistakes Lego didn't make by the way, so I am kind of dumbfounded by some of them).
1. it is possible to hurt and kill your coplayers. The nature of the gameplay - a bunch of little bad guys try to jump you all the time - and the 4 players going at once, make it very easy to hurt friends. Among kids, this will tick them off.
2. As far as I can tell, you can't drop in and out of the game at will - in fact, the level needs to paused entirely or quit entirely. so if one kid needs to go to the bathroom (and they will since the levels are long) it can be a problem.
3. the gameplay is quite repetitive. I am not sure if this will irritate anyone other than adults. But basically, there are 3 levels of 3 stages with a boss at the end of each world.
4. I have a feeling you are going to finish it in record time. Unless there is a lot of hidden worlds, and I doubt it, you can blow through this game is a couple of weeks at an hour a day. If I had to guess, it's about 1/4th the length of the Lego games.
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38 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Hoskins on November 6, 2011
Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
My nine year old son and I got this game and started playing it this weekend. We like it - it's fun, however playing the game frustrated us both at first. The game is best played if you understand that it's really a competitive game and not a cooperative game. It's too easy to accidentally kill the other players. The consequences of dying in the game aren't severe - you respawn almost immediately, only having lost some gold coins, but it's annoying if the person you kill is trying to accomplish something. And really, that's the point of the game - head to head annoyance, but in a cute way.

The game plays like an expansive world of minigames. The levels are small and linearly sectioned so each part seems like it's own little minigame. There are some puzzles, but most aren't too hard. There's a lot of button mashing. And then there are some little arcade-ish minigames interspersed.

The game is a cross between the Lego series and Little Big Planet, but beyond some Disney magic, it lacks the depth and interest of those. The music is fun, though, and the background art is beautiful. The collection of different costumes keeps us motivated in playing, and replaying.

We just need to take turns instead of trying to co-op. :)
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Alshain on December 20, 2011
Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
This game could be a really good kids game but it is built upon a flawed process. During Multi player games, the 4 characters are tethered together. The group must move as a whole, and can not progress without doing so. Previous series that attempted this, such as Lego Star Wars, later realized the error of their ways and in later games (Lego Harry Potter) they moved to a split screen method. Unfortunately Disney did not do their research this time. The tethering makes for a very frustrating multi player game. Bad multi player doesn't always mean a nail in the coffin. Games, such as the aforementioned Lego Star Wars, are able to stand on their single player alone. However, this game is entirely designed to be a multi player game. Like playing 1 player You Don't Know Jack, the single player function of this game is completely pointless. Overall, this game is a great idea and a sadly missed opportunity.
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