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- Toy Box Mode -
- Missions - You'll find several kinds of missions throughout the world; once a mission is complete, you'll earn various rewards including gold and new customizations
- New Toys - Add unique personality to your world; as you complete missions, you can buy more new toys; these toys offer new ways to have fun by adding different ways to play
- Customization - There are many ways to customize your play in Toy Box Mode; add new buildings, then change how they look by adding a new paint, growing flowers, adding brick, or making tons of other new and fun modifications; you can also change the look of the townspeople, throw them into various buildings to change their hairstyles and outfits
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Top Customer Reviews
I gotta say, it stood out nicely.
Toy Story 3 follows the movie's storyline in a remarkably faithful fashion (And it's especially cute that Rex explains the movie via storybook presentation). Granted, the toys have revealed from the start that they're not in Andy's house, but instead at Bonnie's. That's all that it really spoils from the beginning, though. Playing through the game is like watching through the movie when it comes to plot. The game follows just about everything important, from the toys' trip to Sunnyside to having to escape from there.
The levels that compose the game's Story mode are kinda long, but to where each one overstays its welcome. And while they are rather linear in design, they are nevertheless fun to play in, and it helps that the characters are satisfying to control (Considering you're using the analog stick), and there's a nice little variety of things to do when playing as them.
For example, Woody and Buzz can double jump, attack to break things, swing from rope to rope, climb, etc. Other characters include Jessie, the army men, and the aliens, but they are only playable in one level. Admittedly, it's slightly disappointing I don't get to pick my own characters to play as, but that's a nitpick.
When it comes to polish, Toy Story 3 is packed with it. The graphics are crisp, and the environments are nicely detailed and sometimes quite roomy.Read more ›
1- The graphics are incredible
2- The game is completely based on the movie, follows the same sequence
3- Contrary from TOY STORY 2 game, you do not play ONLY as Buzz Lightyear. You can play as Woody, Jesse, the Aliens, the Army Soldiers, as BullsEye (only in Woody's Adventure)and of course as Buzz.
4- There are minigames, Buzz Adventures( where you fight ZURG) Woody's Roundup (based on Woody's Show) all these are minigames you unlock throughout the story.
5- You can collect stars throughout the game to use to unlock cheats
6- You can replay any level completed, by trying to beat the clock to collect coins and use to unlock trophies and movie images
1- The major reason we're giving this game 2 stars, is because it was wayyyyyy to shooooorrtt.
My son finished the game in a day. I finished it as well in a day.
2- The game is way to expensive, for what you're getting. He paid $35.00, I guess for graphics.
3- It wasn't hard at all, maybe it was targeted for younger kids.
Graphics are good and the storyline pretty much follows the movie plot, or at least retells it from the view of one of the characters. Character voices also appear to be from the actual movie actors. Not sure, but I suspect that alot of the dialog is lifted from the movie, but it works well.
There are downloadable levels on the Playstation Network that extend the playability of the game. We downloaded some and have enjoyed them, too.
I highly recommend this title for kindergarten aged kids, plus it also works well for 40 somethings.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My husband gave my son his PSP so we were looking for games for him. He is 6 and loves toy story the game is challenging but fun for him, he loves it.Published 5 months ago by Bellamf
my all time favorite psp game ever made 2010 ! I love it a lotPublished 11 months ago by Matthew Nadler