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  • Summary: Get ready for an epic adventure of bloodthirsty pirates and buried treasure. Treasure Planet brings Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island not just right up-to-date but into the future--one in which the spaceship Legacy is overrun by mutinous pirates, led by the cyborg John Silver. You'll take on the role of Jim as he solar-surfs and performs action moves with the help of Morph, who can transform into various items. Embark on a voyage through 10 levels, minigames, and boss challenges as you view original artwork, behind-the-scenes game footage, and stored movie clips. Expand
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  1. Alive with animation and color, TP is easily the best isometric game on the GBA. [Nov 2002, p.103]
  2. Players can access Solar Surfer-riding sequences and unlockable clips from the film. [Nov 2002, p.226]
  3. 70
    The Solar Surfing is only so-so, but if you're looking for an adventure that'll challenge your mind as well as your reflexes, this one should be marked on your map.
  4. Even if this game wasn’t based on a film it would be a cinch to rate because Treasure Planet is all but devoid of any new ideas or unique gameplay implements. It is completely derivative of every other puzzle-solving platform game.
  5. Actually a better game than either of the console versions - but not by much. It's more fun to play and the puzzle elements will give your brain a good burn.
  6. 60
    Coupled with strong graphics that grow more impressive over time, as well as the standard Disney incentive to open additional animated cutscenes, Treasure Planet isn't quite the gem it could have been, but it does soar at times.
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  1. ToneB.
    Oct 14, 2003
    A work of pure genius.