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About the product
- Four-player game support competitive and cooperative multiplayer options
- Engage in 10 fast-paced shooting galleries, containing 30 addictive mini-games - some adapted from the theme park attraction, others brand new and original to the game.
- Experience bonus levels in 3D and compete against family and friends for top prizes.
- Team up to unlock Easter eggs (hidden game features and items) and collectibles.
- In-game tickets allows players to buy "Sticker Books" that feature different game characters that can be used to build your own in-game scenarios based on certain themes.
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When I saw this on another website, I knew I had to buy it for my girlfriend. We've played it for well over 20 hours, so far, with no end in sight.
Great game. Well worth the money.
Also, as stated in the headline: you DO NOT NEED to have a Move controller to play this game. (There are a few times when you might benefit from it, but I got all of the trophies without any real trouble using my standard PS3 controller.)
As soon as I got it I raced home to play it. It's very much like playing the attraction at Disney California Adventure, but there are new scenes, and it is NOT in 3D. With PS3 having 3D capabilities you would think that they WOULD have created it with a 3D playable mode!
My favorite feature of this game is the "PARTY MODE". Once there the "Toys" decide what game comes up next in the roster and you can play all you want, switch off with other people between games, etc. The only difficulty I see here is if you want to exit Party Mode to choose another mode of game play. From what I can tell... YOU CAN'T. You need to exit out of the ENTIRE game and start over again. I suppose if you are on party mode that's what you want to stay in and do, but for casual party players like me? I want the choice to switch out of it to another mode.
All in all, though it is very fun for an evening of entertainment, and it's quite mindless, really. It IS a bit harder than the attraction in the Disney parks, though... beware of pies!