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Toy Story 3 The Video Game - Xbox 360

Platform : Xbox 360
4.5 out of 5 stars 174 customer reviews
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Platform: Xbox 360

The creators of the beloved “Toy Story” films re-open the toy box and bring movie goers back to the delightful world of our favorite gang of toy characters in “Toy Story 3”. As Andy prepares to depart for college, Buzz, Woody and the rest of his loyal toys are troubled about their uncertain future. Directed by Lee Unkrich (co-director of “Toy Story 2” and “Finding Nemo”), “Toy Story 3” is a comical new adventure in Disney Digital 3D that lands the toys in a room full of untamed tots who can’t wait to get their sticky little fingers on these “new” toys. It’s pandemonium as they try to stay together, ensuring “no toy gets left behind.” Pixar veteran Darla K. Anderson ("Cars" and "Monsters, Inc.") produces, while Michael Arndt, Academy Award-winning screenwriter of "Little Miss Sunshine," brings his unique talents and comedic sensibilities. In the Toy Story 3: The Video Game help Buzz, Woody and the rest of the Toys ensure no toy gets left behind. Dive into to all new heroic adventures in Story Mode or let your imagination run wild in the exiting new open world of Toy Box Mode! Come and play to infinity…and beyond.

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Platform: Xbox 360
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  • ASIN: B0038N0A24
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.4 x 0.4 inches
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: July 23, 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (174 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,058 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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By Joel Smith on June 15, 2010
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
Toy Story 2 for the Nintendo 64 was one of my favorite games when I was younger, and I was looking forward to this game with the hope that it would be anywhere near as fun as that great platformer was. Thankfully, this game far surpassed my expectations.

From the moment I started playing it was obvious that much more care had been put into the development of this game than most games based on movies get.

The graphics for this game are great, despite obviously not being the main focus of the creators. Each level is very detailed and colorful, with a unique, interesting appearance. The gameplay is similarly unique and varied, with tons of platforming, riding, and flying. The sandbox mode even includes a couple of cars and a stunt track, and it's very fun to drive around and pull off tricks.

Sandbox mode is the mode I've spent the most time with so far in the game. It involves exploring the fairly large area of 'Woody's Roundup' which is mainly Western themed. There are sub-levels within Woody's Roundup that have Sci-Fi (Zurg's base), Fantasy, and Spooky themes. There are many things to do in this mode, including the hundreds of collectibles to find, missions to do, and customization of your town. You can make the town look any way you want, by altering the costumes of the townspeople and changing the location, decoration and paint jobs of the buildings. There are even costumes that are based on characters from other Pixar movies, which I found interesting. The goals in sandbox mode are based on the 103 'Gold Stars' available, which are awarded for completing various tasks, which range from landing a paratrooper in a well to finding all of the collectibles in an area.

Story mode is divided into eight sections.
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I originally bought this for my 5yr old son (almost 6) who just loves Toy Story, and the fact that we recently returned from a trip to Walt Disney World where he got to take pictures with Buzz Lightyear made it a must get for him, and the fact that it was "family game". In a world where there's more FPS games it's quite refreshing to get a family game where you don't have to worry about taking cover. :-)

My original fear was that it would have been a little too easy or too challenging for him but it turned out to be just right. The story is interesting enough to hold his attention and since the levels are replayable he can have hours of fun. He especially loves Woodys Roundup where he can be the sherriff of the town and build the town any which way he wants and run around doing little missions for his townspeople. He also loves the that he can customize the buildings and being able to dress the "citizens" of his town. It's a game I know that he's not going to get tired of too easily since Woodys Roundup is hours of fun.

The game is simple enough for a 5yr old in the fact that if you're stuck you can press RB and either get a hint or show what exactly needs to be done so he's in no danger of being "stuck" which frustrates anyone and makes them hate the game.

I'd definitely recommend them to all who have kids and even those who don't. You won't regret this "family game".
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Ever since 1995's Toy Story hit theaters, it brought out the forever child inside of me. It taught me that even adults can love cartoons. Since then, I've been obsessed with the Toy Story universe. On first glance at this game, it's just another video game adaptation of a movie and should be looked over. But the voice inside my head said what the heck and bought it. I am not disappointed. The game play is sandbox, like the Grand Theft Auto games (only no violence or sex) and you get to choose from a wide variety of characters. Of course, I chose Buzz Lightyear. There is always something to do in this game as on top of sandbox, it kind of runs like The Sims in that you can build some buildings and customize them. The graphics are nothing short of impressive, either. If you're any sort of fan of the movies, even in the least, get this game and you will not be disappointed.
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I will absolutely admit I went into this title with the wrong attitude. Totally the wrong attitude. As a now 29-year-old gamer, what on earth could this game offer me?

I also admit I really enjoy Pixar's movies, but still...I figured I had to be at least 20 years too old for this title.

Oh how wrong I was.

Toy Story 3 opens the same way the movie did, with the train out of control, and your mission to save the orphans. This is a nice little action sequence which plays on rails for the most part, but is very smooth and quite satisfying.

After this opening, the game changes pace dramatically. What's this? A sandbox game? Put buildings down, finish quests, dress your villagers? Somehow, it's all excellent fun. It's like the developers took the best bit from a ton of genres.

Toy Story 3 is part:

1.) World of Warcraft
2.) Tomb Raider
3.) Stunt driving
4.) Mario Galaxy
5.) The Sims
6.) Pilot Wings
7.) Other games that elude me, title-wise.

Oh don't get me wrong, the depth of all these games in their entirety certainly isn't there, but parts of these games are, and as a whole it works very, VERY well. It's an exceptionally well-made title.

Aside from the sandbox-ing, you can also pick from a set of levels ranging from Andy's house to infiltrating Zerg's underground lair (just like in Toy Story 2, the movie!). These are fun to play through, and aside from getting from point A to B, it's enjoyable collecting all the hidden items which range from outfits to hairstyles etc etc for your villagers in the sandbox mode.

I only encountered a couple of glitches: At one point I was able to walk through clothing buildings, and at another point I was unable to get out of the tiny racing car.
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