With a diverse set of gameplay areas, countless missions, challenges, and collectibles, and the unlimited potential of the Toy Box mode, Toy Story 3 is easily one of the best movie-license games of all times and the perfect way to enhance the film trilogy and carry on the exploits of these delightful and entertaining characters to infinity and beyond…
Toy Story 3 isn't perfect, with some loose controls and a dull plotline to follow, seemingly more for the convention of having a plot in these games than anything else. The Toy Box mode adds a whole lot to the game, however, propelling it far beyond what a typical tie-in game offers.
Toy Story is one of my childhood video games which I played all the time. This game has a fun story mode following the movie, but the real treat is Toy Box Mode, where you can build your own town and unlock Easter eggs and townsfolk! This Game is AMAZING and I think everyone should try!
Toy Story 3 is an example of how to do a license right. With great cooperative play, a short, fun story mode, and an inventive new Toy Box mode, this is one game that's easy to recommend to anyone who games with family.
If Cars (the original video game that was a pseudo-sequel to the original film) can entertain adult gamers even though it was clearly designed for kids, what does that say about a Toy Story game that fails to amuse the fans who grew up with the franchise?
Easily the best Pixar movie to game adaptation I've ever seen. Toy Story 3 reminds me of Red Dead Redemption for a more family oriented audience. Features a very well made campaign full of puzzles, fast pace action sequences and well produced combat. The game looks great for year it came out, and Toy Story 3 does not directly follow the movie which was a very smart move to keep the game constantly fresh. By far the best element of Toy Story 3 is the toy box mode. Toy box is an open world wild west setting where you complete different missions, find collectibles and establish your town. This offers some of the best creativity and longevity of any kids game, and could be a contender for not only best movie to game adaptation, but easily best kids game in years. Buy this now!
I loved playing this game, but there’s a glitch that keeps me from passing a section in the Buzz Lightyear Video Game level, so I kind of have to skip the game in general. I’ve been stuck there for almost three years, so all I could do in the game was play the previous two levels and the town area (which is fun). I’m only ranking it so low because the people who designed the game were too careless to fix this glitch (which seems a lot of people are experiencing), considering how amazingly fun this game **** to that point. If there’s a way to overcome or fix this glitch, I will possibly rank it higher.
SummaryUnleash your imagination in this new open world and play with Andy's toys your way. As Buzz, Woody, or Jessie, you choose what activities you want to do and the order you wish to do them. The more you use your imagination and create your own story, the more you get rewarded. [Disney Interactive]