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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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In Disney Pixar Brave: The Video Game, challenge destiny and change your fate!
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, co-op play and the ability to play as a bear, and optional support for the Kinect sensor for Xbox 360.
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. The Xbox 360 version also contains optional support for the Kinect Sensor for Xbox 360.
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 an exciting single player campaign, and co-op or 'Bear' mode
- Compete with archery mini-games using the Kinect Sensor for Xbox 360
Adventure as heroine Merida.
Battle with sword, bow & arrow.
Jump, dodge and climb.
Co-op and 'Bear' mode options.
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My 7 year old loved the movie and also loved the game. I've also played with him and I must say that you won't regret getting this for the kids. The mini puzzles that you have to solve with her triplet brothers now turned into cubs are not at all challenging and my son enjoyed doing them. The game is co-op but the second player doesn't get any achievements my only pet peeve which means that if you have kids playing together they will have to play the game all over again as the main profile. I must state that the puzzles can be skipped but you may not want to do that. *wink*
The second player is a willow wisp that follows her and since the game is focused mainly on Merida sometimes when fighting the "bad guys" its almost impossible to see the second player.
Merida's main weapons the Bow and Sword are both upgraded by finding hidden chests throughout the game. There are also charms that she finds in order to manipulate certain items in the game, wind, earth, fire and ice. These charms can be upgraded by collecting coins and buying upgrades.
For those kids who like a little bit more of a challenge I would suggest playing the game on Brave difficulty.
The game is relatively short but takes a bit of time if you're going for all 44 achievements since you may have to replay a few stages to collect coins in order to get all upgrades.
All in all I would definitely recommend this game for anyone with kids who loved the movie.
Sometimes, my daughter gets stuck and doesn't know what to do next and there isn't any "hint" options.
also, sometimes when Merida is at zero health I am forced to help her because she can't get past the massive mobs of enemies without dying. There isn't any help for them when they get cornered.
I gave it 4 stars simply for the fact that it is a pretty short game with slight replay value without multiplayer (you can go back and try to collect all the stuff in freeplay, but that rarely happens with my kids and I only want to play when they are playing so you are buying a game for a start to finish experience once through only essentially).
Also, and I really didn't take any stars away for this, but I ordered the game for half off on a deal of the day special and it took over two weeks before it shipped! I don't know if this was a fluke, but I have seen when Amazon runs out of the daily deal, they simply run out. However, it seems that they continued orders that they knew they couldn't fulfill immediately. Not a big deal for just a video game I suppose and this is the first time I have experienced this, but I just hope this doesn't become a new trend because I love my Prime shipping and near instant gratification. :-)
Ok, I just want to make it clear that this is solely a SINGLE PLAYER game, but there are times when an adult will be needed to solve a puzzle or defeat a series of enemies or make a difficult jump (even on the easy setting; I often ramp up the difficulty when I am given the controller in certain sections to make it more difficult and, thus, a little more satisfying and you can adjust the difficulty in game and on the fly as necessary which is great in my opinion).
Just wanted to clear up any confusion with my review (since I compared it to the Lego games, but those are CO-OP TWO PLAYER games and this is only SINGLE PLAYER if that matters to you. Still a fun and great game though. :-)