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- Cinematic camera unique for a movie-based platforming game.
- A new story inspired by the action-packed TV show set within the film.
- Exclusive powers to both the Bolt and Penny character.
- Includes competitive and co-op multiplayer, mini games and Disney Interactive Studios' DGamer functionality.
- Five game environments set in exciting international locales: China, Russia, Italy, and others.
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In Disney's Bolt, players take on the heroic personas of the TV star dog, Bolt, and his owner, Penny, from the high-action television series featured within the film. As Bolt, players can use his superpowers, including laser vision and his superbark, which sends out a sonic blast to devastate opponents, and as Penny, players utilize stealth, hacking skills and a wheelbar, inspired by her scooter seen in the movie, to outwit enemies.
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Review for the game: Honestly, I only bought the game because it was marked down to $8 and I had a $10 game credit for purchasing GT5 that was about to expire, making the game free. The game is really just okay for all ages. It is too slow for adults, too much for my 4 year old, and doesn't interest my 11 year old. My 4 year old likes the game, but every level requires you to execute a new move, so she loses interest. She just wants to play. I know this sounds silly, but really, why not just have 5 to 10 core moves and that's it? Perhaps a special optional move? Every level the game stops you and you "have to" press a very particular combination, such as Square-Square, Circle, Square, X, R2 or you can't get through that scene. Again, the game tells you what you need to press, but honestly you need to be fast. What ends up happening is I have to get through that stuff for her.
The graphics are good, but I have seen PS3 showcase better graphics in other games. You take turns playing as Bolt and Penny. When you play as Bolt, you go through the levels fighting all the enemies that stand in your way. It is very fun using Bolt's super powers, and some fights can get challenging even for adults. It can get repetive towards the end of the game, but I always found myself going back for more. The Penny levels is what makes this game shine. Her levels required you to be stealthy and to get to places using her wheelie thing. Penny levels never got repetive, and actually get a little challenging towards the end. The alteration between Penny's stealth levels and Bolt's action levels works just right, as when you start to feel fatigue playing Bolt levels, you get switched to Penny levels.
The end movie is kind of disappointing, but I guess it has to end the way it does, because it is only an episode within the tv show.
Overall, I would recommend this game for $20 (price that it is selling for now). It also makes for a good rental. I also think that this is a kid friendly game.