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Disney's Toy Story

Platform : Sega Genesis
Rated: Everyone
4.2 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews

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  • ESRB Rating: Kids to Adults
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Complete with original case, booklet, and cartridge.

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ASIN B00002SUIK
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4.2 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #14,887 in videogames
#132 in Video Games > More Systems > Sega Genesis
#2,954 in Video Games > PC Games
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Product Dimensions 8 x 4 x 10 inches
Media: Video Game

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First of all, even if you didn't like the movie, don't stop reading! This game will please gamers of all ages. First of all, its graphics are excellent for the Genesis. Next, the levels are all fun to play and have lots of variation. From racing to fighting Buzz to riding on Rex, this game has almost everything! Finally, the movie's great story is told between each level, giving the player desire not to quit during a hard level and miss any of the story. Fans of the movie will love this game immensely, and even non-fans should check it out.
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Toy Story, released for the Sega Genesis and SNES in 1995, following the incredible popularity of the titular Pixar film, is a rather outstanding video game. I have a hard time believing that this game wouldn't appeal to just about anyone, as there is a ton to love about it.

First and foremost, it isn't quite what you'd expect for a movie licensed title on the Genesis. It's far more than your typical platformer or beat 'em up. Toy Story employs many different styles of gameplay, and they all work well. From platforming, first person exploration, driving stages (both top down and third person), to inventive level design and boss fights, Toy Story is the most varied 16-bit gaming experience you can find right next to both fantastic Earthworm Jim games.

Being released as late as 1995 in the Genesis life-cycle, the graphics presented are insanely good. The parallax scrolling employed makes background objects such as tables, desks, shelves, and the like, all appear as if they were 3D models. We also have very impressive looking pseudo-3D stages, such as the third person driving stage with RC Car, or the first-person maze like level when searching for stuffed toy aliens. Toy Story is one of the best looking games from its generation.

The sound design is also something to take note of, as voice samples come through clear, and a lot of the songs from the movie made a smooth transition to 16-bit, Genesis FM Synth form. Simply put, Toy Story sounds just about as good as it looks and plays.

Through the whole game, you play as Woody. Most levels take place on a 2D plane, whether they be platforming levels, "vehicle" levels, or levels that are hard to pin down into specific genre.
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Following the story of the original movie(and pretty accurately, I might add) you play as Woody the toy cowboy....and....um....just go watch the movie to get the rest of the story, leave me alone!

What's it all about?
It's a sidescrolling, driving, flying and even first person shoot...er, walking, action game. Playing as Woody, you'll make your way through various scenes from the movie in a variety of playing styles. There's the traditional 2D sidescrolling sections that will have you moving through, trying to accomplish certain objectives before you can exit, and even racing portions where you'll ride Rex, Roller Bob and even just haul butt on your own two feet to make it to the finish. There are also overheard and third person racing missions where you'll control RC as you tear your way around the house and city. To add even more to the above mentioned modes, there is also a flying portion where you and Buzz will attempt to catch up to the moving truck while dodging trees, street lights and traffic. Finally, and most shockingly, there's even a first person mode where you are searching, and trying to free squeeze toy aliens inside the claw machine!

Graphics - Amazing. If you didn't know any better, you'd swear it was a 32X game...it's that impressive. Each and every level is filled with jaw-dropping special effects and silky-smooth animation. The characters are huge, and gorgeously rendered with an amazing amount of color in them. Each new mode you encounter will continually blow you away, even more so than the last, with the level of detail and innovation in the graphics; this, folks, is the most graphically advanced Genesis game I have ever seen.
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I was watching Toy Story, on ABC, last night, and thought of this game. Since the day I got my Sega Genesis, back in the 90's, I have had this game. Because I was younger, back then, it was more fun. This game has become less challenging, through the years. I would recommend this game for children, ages 8 through 11/12. There are some hard levels, such as when you must use the RC car, to race through the level. But, I feel with practice any determined child can complete it. Toy Story is one player.
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Toy Story was an awesome movie. However, is it an awesome cash-in? Actually, the game's pretty good. As Woody, you go through 18 levels that relate to the movie and follow its storyline.

Since this version of the game was released after the SNES game, there are some differences that were put in the game.
Some of these are:
-New level
-Bonus game
-Level differences

The graphics are some of the best on the Genesis. Especially considering its limited color palliate.

The sounds and music aren't as great as the Super Nintendo had them turn out, also considering the limits, but they are still sounding pretty well on the hardware.

The gameplay is also pretty good, but it's always varied, although it's mostly a platform game.

However, the game is hard. Harder than the Super Nintendo game. The reason why and how is because of the new additions to some levels. The Claw has this annoying wire that hits you when you touch it. Really Inside the Claw Machine is an entirely different and more confusing maze. Nightmare Buzz moves slowly. And the list goes on. Things are still easier after beating it once, though.

The storyline is horribly written in the game. For example: "I'm so mad that I can't see where I'm going!" However, you'd just skip the storyline cutscenes anyway. What? We've all done it.

But overall, this is a good game for the Genesis library that you should probably own. Unless if you have a more superior version of the game, or at least, what you think is superior.
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