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Toy Story Mania! - Nintendo Wii
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- Four-player game support competitive and cooperative multiplayer options.
- Engage in 10 fast-paced shooting galleries, containing 30 addictive mini-games - some adapted from the theme park attraction, others brand new and original to the game.
- Experience bonus levels in 3D and compete against family and friends for top prizes.
- Team up to unlock Easter eggs (hidden game features and items) and collectibles.
- In-game tickets allows players to buy "Sticker Books" that feature different game characters that can be used to build your own in-game scenarios based on certain themes.
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Platform: Nintendo Wii
Top Customer Reviews
Toy Story Mania (the Wii game) is a polished, beautifully crafted game that captures the ride's most important element--the pace and feel of the target games--perfectly. The plate-smashing, balloon-popping, hoop-tossing fun arrives intact. What's missing, of course are the giddy spinning of the ride vehicles, state-of-the-art 3D, water spray and air blasts...And the half hour waiting lines.
Writing as an adult fan of the ride, let me answer the question other theme park fans want to know: Is the home version worth a purchase?
Yes. Just keep your expectations realistic. This is, at its heart, a mini-game collection based around the themes and characters of Toy Story. All the games from the ride are represented (including the pie toss practice round), but not as they appear at the parks: That would be impossible to replicate. Instead, each of the ride's five main games are each represented by three separate, smaller shooting galleries, each filled with goals and secrets. The home version is padded out with additional carnival-style games that range from fun (skeeball and basketball hoops) to average (simon-says waggle fests). In addition to a front-and-center story mode that roughly follows the ride's progression, there are 5 additional story modes--one for each theme (Space, Western, Army, Barnyard and Bo Beep).Read more ›
The game is built around 30 or so mini-games in which you earn points and tickets that are used to unlock bonus stuff. I haven't played them all, but I think I have a good feel for them. These basically fall under a few categories: "point-and-click" shooting galleries, repeating motions, and carnival type games. The shooting games are pretty simple, just point your cursor at the target and press "A". If you are playing with multiple players everyone plays at the same time. Sometimes you trigger events that require waving the remote, usually once or twice a game. At the end of most shooting games is a small "bonus stage" where you are awarded bonus points by vigorously shaking the remote.
A few games are just mirroring the motions on screen. For instance, one game has Hamm dancing and you twirl the remote around just as he is spinning. You get points for correctly following the motions. Not the greatest games, but are a nice change of pace. If you are playing with multiple players each player takes a turn.
The last type of game is where you are playing a Toy Story themed version of a classic carnival game.Read more ›
There are two main modes to this game, story and free play. Free play CANNOT be utilized until someone has gone through the entire story. With that said, as you complete and area of the story then the corresponding area opens up in free play. The main areas match the boards from the game at the parks with secondary games that seem to be designed to prevent repetitive motion injuries.
- Just like the game at the parks!
- Fun for everyone with clear and easy instructions.
- In free play you can pick and choose which games you wish to play.
- Prizes that you earn are actually extra mini-games!
- 3D function is only in the minigames section, everything can be played in 2D.
- You HAVE to go through the story board to open up the free play.
- Some of the secondary games are kind of childish. But they do give a wrist break.
- The 3D glasses are the cheap red and blue glasses that have been around for 20 years. They suck. With that said you can pretty much figure out what the 3D looks like. But 3D is not mandatory to play the game.
- Majorly addicting!
After playing for several hours tonight, my arm hurts but I can't wait to play some more! Way cool game!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Toy Story Mania is one of mine and my daughters favorite rides while at California Adventure. This game doesn't disappoint as it features a lot of the same games as the ride. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Michele
Pretty good, with flaws. Hard to understand what the game wants from the players at first, However fun none the lessPublished 23 days ago by MHall
My four year old brother and eleven year old sister got this for Christmas, and they love it!Published 1 month ago by Madisyn
If you have been to Walt Disney World and rode the ride you will find this game disappointing and boring.Published 2 months ago by Thomas e Lamphere
It is a fun game, but didn't entertain my kids for very long. (4 and 6 year old)Published 2 months ago by Chad Mortensen
Very fun game that reminds us of the ride. The 3D effects aren't great, but it doesn't detract from the enjoyment.Published 3 months ago by David Daniel