Toy Story Mania! – Nintendo Wii

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Toy Story Mania! – Nintendo Wii

Toy Story Mania! - Nintendo Wii

  • Four-player mettlesome hold combative and synergetic multiplayer options.
  • Engage in 10 fast-paced actuation galleries, containing 30 addictive mini-games – whatever modified from the thought tract attraction, others sort newborn and example to the game.
  • Experience incentive levels in 3D and contend against kinsfolk and friends for crowning prizes.
  • Team up to unlock Easter foodstuff (hidden mettlesome features and items) and collectibles.
  • In-game tickets allows players to acquire “Sticker Books” that feature assorted mettlesome characters that crapper be utilised to physique your possess in-game scenarios supported on destined themes.

Inspired by the Disney/Pixar feature flick Toy Story and the 4D Toy Story Mania! magnet that launched at funfair Resort and Walt filmmaker World Resort terminal year, Toy Story Mania! is today headlike only to the Nintendo Wii. Join every the artist Toy Story characters in Toy Story Mania! as Woody, Buzz and the association initiate their possess zany, fun-filled carnival. Toy Story Mania! allows players to move in old and all-new carnival-inspired actuation galleries and get crowning prizes in mini-games. The mettlesome features multiplayer combative and synergetic modes activity up to digit players, providing hours of fun. Bonus unlockables permit players undergo parts of the mettlesome in eye-popping 3D. Inspired by the Disney/Pixar feature film,

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  1. 66 of 74 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Fun for the whole family!, September 15, 2009
    By 
    Andrea (Close to WDW) –

    = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Toy Story Mania! – Nintendo Wii (Video Game)
    If you are looking for a family friendly game that is fun for the adults and safe for the little ones, then this game fits the bill. Also, if you are totally addicted to the game at Walt Disney World or Disneyland then you will also like this game.

    There are two main modes to this game, story and free play. Free play CANNOT be utilized until someone has gone through the entire story. With that said, as you complete and area of the story then the corresponding area opens up in free play. The main areas match the boards from the game at the parks with secondary games that seem to be designed to prevent repetitive motion injuries.

    Pros:
    – Just like the game at the parks!
    – Fun for everyone with clear and easy instructions.
    – In free play you can pick and choose which games you wish to play.
    – Prizes that you earn are actually extra mini-games!
    – 3D function is only in the minigames section, everything can be played in 2D.

    Cons:
    – You HAVE to go through the story board to open up the free play.
    – Some of the secondary games are kind of childish. But they do give a wrist break.
    – The 3D glasses are the cheap red and blue glasses that have been around for 20 years. They suck. With that said you can pretty much figure out what the 3D looks like. But 3D is not mandatory to play the game.
    – Majorly addicting!

    After playing for several hours tonight, my arm hurts but I can’t wait to play some more! Way cool game!

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  2. 287 of 303 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Next Best Thing to the Actual Ride, September 16, 2009
    By 
    Rich T.

    = Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Toy Story Mania! – Nintendo Wii (Video Game)
    At Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World, the manic, wildly entertaining Toy Story Mania ride opened in 2008 to rave reviews, long lines and a lot of ecstatic, happy customers. When Disney announced production of a home version for the Nintendo Wii, fans rejoiced, but with a touch of skepticism: Could a home version possibly do justice to the amazing ride? Turns out, the answer is….yessss…..mostly….

    Toy Story Mania (the Wii game) is a polished, beautifully crafted game that captures the ride’s most important element–the pace and feel of the target games–perfectly. The plate-smashing, balloon-popping, hoop-tossing fun arrives intact. What’s missing, of course are the giddy spinning of the ride vehicles, state-of-the-art 3D, water spray and air blasts…And the half hour waiting lines.

    Writing as an adult fan of the ride, let me answer the question other theme park fans want to know: Is the home version worth a purchase?

    Yes. Just keep your expectations realistic. This is, at its heart, a mini-game collection based around the themes and characters of Toy Story. All the games from the ride are represented (including the pie toss practice round), but not as they appear at the parks: That would be impossible to replicate. Instead, each of the ride’s five main games are each represented by three separate, smaller shooting galleries, each filled with goals and secrets. The home version is padded out with additional carnival-style games that range from fun (skeeball and basketball hoops) to average (simon-says waggle fests). In addition to a front-and-center story mode that roughly follows the ride’s progression, there are 5 additional story modes–one for each theme (Space, Western, Army, Barnyard and Bo Beep). By playing through each themed story mode, you encounter each theme’s 3 shooting galleries and 2 to 3 additional games. Once you unlock each game (through goal achievements or prize tickets), you can head to the game creator area and make your own version of the game to play through. I imagine most players will immediately line up all the shooting galleries and never look at the other mini games again.

    Here’s the heart of the matter: The shooting galleries are pure gold. No question, they are the reason to consider buying this game. Aiming and firing with the Wii remote feels great–I recommend turning off the cursor for a truer-to-the-ride experience.

    The presentation starts off beautifully, with a fully animated intro in which the toys set up the game you’re about to play. This is the backstory of the ride, and it’s great fun to see it finally brought to life with dazzling Pixar animation. It’s right about here, however that you’ll also notice one big disappointing aspect of this game: The compete lack of actual music from the films. The game’s music score is pleasant (and actually very effective in the army and space sequences), but it’s a bit disheartening to find that, with all the care and attention to detail that went into this game, the Powers That Be couldn’t fork over a bit of extra cash to license “You’ve Got a Friend In Me.” Cue the old hag from Princess Bride: “BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!” One other beef: Most shooting galleries end by asking you to shake the remote for extra points. Note to all game producers: Shaking the Wii’s remote over and over is not fun. It’s never been fun. It never will be fun. No more shaking!

    Back to the positives: The character animation throughout is superb. The visual style of the shooting galleries is perfect. The voice work (by almost the entire original cast) is great, though there should be more (you’ll hear the same gags repeated before the round in progress ends. R. Lee Ermy is his usual awesome self in the army sequences.

    The game includes six 3D renditions of select shooting galleries which must be unlocked and played using the included 3D glasses. Do not expect the same 3D you get on the ride. This is the red/blue style that drains away the color. It does provide an effective, fun sensation that you’re actually firing into your television screen. After a few 3D rounds, however, I came away with a headache. Still, it’s a nice bonus feature. Ride-themed Wiimote faceplates are also included.

    All in all, it’s a fun, good-humored, visually dazzling home version of the ride. With the do-it-yourself game sequencer, you can eliminate the extra mini games and simply play the awesome shooting galleries.

    Not bad at all. I recommend it for fans of the ride and anyone looking for a fun party game.

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